On Practicing – NEED IDEAS TO INSPIRE YOUR KID?
⇑⇑⇑ Here’s a cheat sheet on practicing and how to do it better
Hola! Nihao! Guten Tag! Hi!
Anyone need some help motivating your child to practice?! You are so not alone. Let me know what you try or any other things you’re doing to help your kid stay motivated! If you want to get some personal advice, just get in touch!
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THANK YOU so much for helping your child find a daily time to practice! You are amazing! Some researchers and teachers like Laurie Niles on violinist.com and I agree that it takes 21 days in a row for something to become a habit. Will you help your child practice for 21 days in a row? After 21 days, go for 30, then 60, and if anyone can make a year of actual practice, without missing a day, they can earn a one-year certificate. Happy practicing!