So, your children have already found the musical instrument/s they’re fit to and interested in, and have already started music lessons. You’ve found the right teacher, have set up a practice space, and bought an instrument. All that is left is the sustaining drive to keep them motivated practicing every day for at least 30 minutes. Initial excitement must ultimately lead to intrinsic motivation, which Day Care in Irvine can help with.
Once children perceive learning music as another subject in the class, they may look at it as a burden. It helps to create a distinction of music class from other subjects so they can see that it is something they want to do and not with forced discipline. Make sure that the instruments they’re playing are what they are really interested in so that you will not have them start and stop a class by switching instruments. Also, let them determine their own practice schedule and reinforce it. With every little goal accomplished, reward the work. A Childcare Center in Irvine, California finds reward reinforcement an effective method.
Busy parents may not be available to guide their children all the time. Let a 24-Hour childcare, such as Little Leaderz Day Care, Inc. help.