Learn Mom’s Favorite Song Just in Time for Mother’s Day

Published by on March 6th, 2019 in music blog


Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Are you and the kids ready to make happy memories treat her to all her favorite things, and most importantly, make sure it’s a stress-free day? There are tons of Mother’s Day traditions out there that you can borrow or start in your own home if you’re stretched for ideas.

Breakfast in Bed

Mom spends every other day of the year making sure everyone starts the day with a healthy breakfast; now it’s your turn to return the favor. Treat her to breakfast in bed and a slow, relaxing start to the day.

Mother’s Day Brunch

Mother’s Day is the restaurant industry’s busiest day thanks to the time-honored tradition of Mother’s Day Brunch. It doesn’t hurt that across the world the last decade has seen brunch restaurants flourish, serving up a much higher-quality kind of food than your traditional breakfast diner. From the hollandaise to the mimosas, brunch today is quite the experience.

Give Her a Spa Day

As any busy parent can tell you, one of the best gifts you can provide is a just a day off. While dad takes care of the kids, let her spend the afternoon at the spa.

And what about the kids? Every mom loves to watch their kids grow, thrive, and show off their talents. Kids can learn how to play mom’s favorite song and serenade her after a relaxing dinner. Whether you’re taking flute, piano, violin, or online guitar classes, have the kids ask their music instructor to teach them to play mom’s favorite song in preparation for Mother’s Day.

Are the kids not already taking online music classes live with professional teachers from the comfort of your home? The time is right to sign up. Summer vacation is creeping up faster than you expect, and you’re going to want to fill those school-free months with music, sports, and other educational activities. One easy way to keep the kids occupied with all of that energy warm weather brings is with music lessons.

With MusicU.Live, every lesson is live with real-time feedback, and you don’t have to worry about getting to music classes on time or getting stuck in traffic. It also means you don’t have to compete with other local parents booking times with local music instructors. You can find music teachers offering classes during the times that work for your schedule.

When you first sign up, you can search through tons of music instructors offering lessons in the instrument and age group you’re looking for. Take an introductory class and see if they’re a good fit for your kids. We work with instructors who teach just about every instrument imaginable. Your kids can even learn violin online, an instrument where live feedback is key. So much of the first steps to learning the violin is about posture and holding the instrument, students need live feedback just to get the first steps right.

This Mother’s Day make sure the kids can impress mom with a rendition of her favorite song. Get in touch with your kids’ music instructors on MusicU.live.

 


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