Teaching Kids Music at Home, Online

Published by on June 6th, 2019 in music blog


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Signing your kids up for music lessons is an old and splendid tradition: everyone knows that the ability to play and appreciate music is a gift in life, and imparting that to your children is a dream for many parents. Numerous studies are clear that learning music can even improve academic performance because playing music is linked to cognitive improvements in things like language-based reasoning, short-term memory and more.

Whether you want these results for your child, you play music yourself and want to pass it on, or maybe you just love music and wish you learned how to play it growing up — whatever the case, encouraging your children to pursue music is one of the best things a parent can do.

Thankfully, the evolving online landscape makes it possible for your kids to get safe and serious music instruction from the internet. Let’s take a closer look at how it works at MusicU Live.

 

Special Teachers, Conveniently

When you get music lessons offline, it usually involves driving to the nearest school and hoping that the teacher there is good. In other words, you’re selecting them because of proximity. You might have a specialist teacher located further away, but then you have to commute to get there.

You can sign up for guitar classes for kids online and get more control over who is teaching your child, without having to even leave your home. Whether your child is 7 or 17, the nature and ability of their music teacher is really important. At a young age, the main thing is to ensure the lessons instil a love for music that can bloom and develop over the years, whereas older students are ready to hunker down and learn some skills.

You can flip through all the profiles of our expert teachers and find the one that best matches your needs. Our teachers have been rigorously vetted to ensure they have the teaching experience and technical chops to provide a supportive learning environment covering the rudiments of music and beyond.

Read up on some important information for parents who are considering enrolling their children in online music lessons — music lessons have evolved over the years, and we’re confident you’ll see that’s a good thing.

 

Experienced Digital Teachers

MusicU Live has teachers with not just years of experience playing and teaching music, but years of experience teaching music online. This is important, because playing music can be perhaps surprisingly physical. Our teachers know how to guide students in the process of stretching their fingers to make that chord when trying to improve their skill with piano lessons online, as well coaching them in getting the strength to push down the metal guitar strings while producing a clear note.

Our teachers have done this for years, and we know they can do it for you. It doesn’t matter whether your child’s goal is to strum some basic pop tunes, accompany themselves with keys while they sing, or more complex things like studying harmony and counterpoint. We have instructors that have a wealth of teaching it all.

Music lessons don’t only help you play music better, it helps lay the foundations for having a life-long relationship with appreciating music that can continue to evolve and deepen. In short, music enriches life for a way that quite literally defies words, and can only be expressed in musical notes. So this summer, keep your kids productive and safe by connecting with a music teacher they’ll love at MusicU Live.

 


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