Congratulations! You’ve made the decision that your child is going to start violin or viola lessons. But – after the initial honeymoon period, you and your child realize that it’s hard work. Nobody likes to practice. It’s not a sign that your child should quit or that it’s not the right instrument for them. The reality is – without practice, we don’t progress. Lack of progress leads to lack of interest.
How can you help your child remain engaged? Here are the basics. Let me know what else has been important for your family.