Children and Piano Lessons

Children and Piano Lessons

Piano lesson! Have you ever met anyone who regrets learning to play the piano? No! People just regret NOT learning to play the piano. This truth is important and worth remembering, especially when it comes to children’s lessons and piano lessons. Your child is not mature enough to decide today whether he wants to know how to play the piano, but you, as a parent, have the right position to make this decision. Here are some things to keep in mind about children’s and piano lessons:

Not every child will love to play, but every child can learn to play. Begin the process with the attitude that playing the piano is a skill that you want your child to have, like reading or math, as it will enrich their lives. They do not have to love him, they just need to learn it. In fact, most students struggle to love the piano in the early stages because it is difficult, the music can be boring, and practice unpleasant. True love of piano later, as the student changes from “someone who takes piano lessons” to “pianist”.
Every piano student will experience ups and downs. You can expect your child to have the time when the piano is played every day and when the piano is never touched. Stick with it. Do not let an episode of lethargic piano thwart important goals. A stable and consistent piano lesson is the key. Take it slowly patiently, remember that it’s normal and it’s not a sign that your child does not intend to play the piano.
Your child does not need you to improve their game; That’s what the teacher is. Your child needs you to be their biggest fan. Comments like, “Oh, dear! I love that song! I especially love the way you play slowly and then become harder. Would you play it for me again?” Almost guaranteed to make your child play the song repeatedly. Listen to their music. Tell them what you like. Make silly words for their songs and sing along. Assure them that you like their music and they will play for you at any time.

Children and Piano Lessons