Getting Piano Students Motivated


One of the simplest and most efficient ways to motivate your child – or even yourself for that matter – is to create a piano practice schedule.

In this schedule, you can not only include how often you or your child practices, but for as little or long the practice session should last.

A good way to encourage children with short attention spans to practice is to spread out short practice sessions of around 10 to 20 minutes over the week, or give your child breaks between practicing songs or difficult sections.

Having a schedule makes the commitment to practice tangible and by having you and your child work on it together means you both know what you expect of each other when it does come to the time to practice.

For more ways to motivate your child to practice, have a chat with your child’s Piano Teacher, or give us a call at (02) 8880 9052 to have a one-on-one piano lesson in your own home.

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