Don’t Quit Now! Keep Your Kid Motivated for…

Posted on Oct 16 2013 - 3:00pm by Susan Bewley

This is a sponsored post provided by our sponsor, Take Lessons to benefit our readers who have children or have a child in the family learning a new intruement.

For many parents, nothing is more exciting than hearing that kids want to learn to play an instrument. Yet, with today's busy schedules and stresses, many kids want to quit not long after beginning. Take Lesson has provided some of their favorite tips for helping parents and adults avoid conflict when kids are stressed out and considering quitting!

Don’t Quit Now! Keep Your Kid Motivated for…

Few things are more frustrating than investing your time and money in an instrument and lessons for your child only to hear weeks later that they’ve changed their mind and don’t want to continue. Although you’re frustrated and you want your kid to get the many advantages that music lessons have to offer, you also don’t want to turn your home into a battleground. What’s a parent to do? If your child tells you that they don’t want to continue with music lessons or if you sense that their motivation is slipping, you can take action. Read on to find out what you can do to keep your kid committed to learning music! Ask Why, and Really Listen The most important thing you can do is really listen to what’s happening in your…Read More

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Susan Bewley is a professional writer who has been writing content online & in print format for over 10 years. As well, she is an alumni of the University of Louisville with a Masters Degree in Special Education. When not working as an online business consultant or ghost writing, she can be found writing on Budget Earth, on her own novel, or working with various entities in the pet industry.

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  1. Maria Iemma October 17, 2013 at 9:29 am - Reply

    I always told my kids when they wanted to start a musical instrument or karate class that they had to stay at least for a year before they could change their minds..this helped them really understand the concept of commitment.

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