Help students understand the Gift of Music
Help students develop a love for music
Help them to learn the value of the practice
Let them play the music they like
Organise a recital/play day regular
Make practice fun and constructive
Overcome the identified problems
Record your student/child and let them listen
Ask the parents to assist their child
1. Saint-Saëns - Carnival of the Animals
2. Prokofiev - Peter and the Wolf
3. Victor Herbert - March of the Toys
4. Clowns and Kids Suites - Alfred Schnittke
5. Star Wars Theme - John Williams
6. Strauss - The Beautiful Blue Danube
7. Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
8. Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker
9. A. Ponchielli - La Gioconda-Dance of the Hours
10. Handel - Water Music
11. Bizet - Overture to Carmen
12. Beethoven - Für Elise
Find a good time in the day.
Find a good place where you cannot be disturbed.
Map Out Your Practice Sessions.
Set a goal for each practice session.
Mark difficult passages with a clear sign.
Solve the identified problems.
Practice with interleaving when needed.
1. Focus concentration
2. Increase attention
3. Build a sense of anticipation
4. Enhance imagination
5. Improve memory
6. Boost kids reflexes
7. Increase spontaneity
8. Improves their problem-solving skills
9. Establish a positive learning state
10. Create the desired atmosphere
11. Develop their agility
12. Release tension
13. Enlarge their social circle
Make Sight-Reading perfect
- Examine The Piece you’re Sight-Reading
- Set your hand in the correct position
Sing! - Advice students to start singing for fun, not weekly but DAILY!
Listen! - Advice students to start listening for fun, not weekly but DAILY!