Reblog: What to Expect at Your Child’s First Preschool Lesson

This blog post comes from Brandy Woods, a piano teacher and blogger who lives close enough that we will have to have coffee together someday. (How cool is that?)

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You’ve just enrolled your preschooler into private piano lessons! You and your child’s teacher were able to find a time that worked for both of you. The invoice is paid, and soon, you’ll be attending the very first lesson. What should you expect? How can you best prepare for that important first lesson?



If you’ve enrolled your child in private piano lessons, you are probably already aware of the many benefits of studying music. Piano lessons and music study can, at the very least,

  • Increase your child’s attention span
  • Improve your child’s language abilities and introduce them other languages, such as Italian, French, and German
  • Boost his/her self-confidence
  • Develop the capacity for musical expression
  • Lay the foundation for learning and music appreciation

How can you prepare your child for the lesson? Continue reading…

Woods, Brandy. “What to Expect at Your Child’s First Preschool Piano Lesson?”. Woods Piano Studio. N.p., Web. 1 Apr. 2017.

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