1. Take your kids to concerts and performances We believe that the more you expose your kids to live music, and the more they get a chance to listen to good performers, the more they become interested and motivated to practice.
2. Have them listen to music listening to music helps your child gain a much better ear for music, and they become more responsive to sounds. Active listening also helps them with intonation if they play a stringed instrument.
3. Subscribe to music related magazines Reading and staying up to date on events in the music world will deepen their interest and commitment to their instrument. Sometimes a small investment like this will pay off long term.
4. Get to know your child's teacher We believe that the parent-teacher relationship is extremely important in understanding the progress of your child's musical education. Remember that it is going to be a team effort, and since they likely only meet the teacher once per week, it is important that they practice what they've learned the rest of the days
5. Enroll them in recitals. Enrolling your child in recitals gives them something to work toward, and keeps them motivated to practice since they will be performing in front of an audience.
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