When I was kid I was rarely motivated to do anything other than video games or watching TV. To say I struggled in school would be laughable to my friends and family who used the phrase “problem child” when mentioning my name in the same sentence.
Did you know that there are now institutions setup solely on the response to the epidemic of SCREEN ADDICTION for kids? Which only gets worse during the moments of summer "boredom." Tristan Harris of Google and Scott Hagedorn of Omnicom, issued a dire warning that we are on the verge of a global public health crisis with SCREEN ADDICTION.
1. Be willing to compromiseUnderstand or decide why a child involved in music is important to you. This will likely be different for each one of your children. For one, it may be a way to learn self-discipline. Another may seek to fit with family tradition, or it may be to bloom their natural talent. Perhaps it will be a trade-off for another extra-curricular activity. Whatever the reason, it..
Most music studios offer either 30 minute or hour long music lessons. These two lesson types each make for a completely different experience. Younger children with shorter attention spans are better suited for 30-minute music lessons. Older children tend to be better at focusing, listening and sticking to a single task for longer periods of time. Another way to frame this would be children..
Do you have an aspiring musician in your home? Choosing which instrument to play can actually be a big challenge! For instance, two instruments - the guitar and bass - are quite similar. What makes them different? Is one easier to learn than the other?
Let’s take a look at some of the key differences between the guitar and the bass.
One of the types of lessons we offer at Creative Soul are ukulele lessons! Apart from the classics of guitar, drums and piano, the ukulele is such a unique and fun instrument to learn! We’ve highlighted some of the great things about learning to play the ukulele - take a look!
At first glance, it may not seem like you need that much to learn how to play guitar. You just need a guitar...right? Well, sure. But you might find that other equipment and accessories are very useful while you go!
To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of things you may need to purchase as you learn guitar.