Build Your Practice Toolbox

Do you ever feel scattered during practice? Does not having the right materials waste practice time? Today we are going to organize your practice environment and go over what tools you need at your fingertips.

No matter what age of your child, it’s important to have a practice toolbox. When they are young, you are modeling how to keep your important tools in place. When they are older, you’ll just be helping them create and maintain their toolbox.

What do I mean by toolbox? I’m simply talking about a basket or box where you keep any of the things that you use for practice. Here, let’s go, I’ll share with you where we practice.

Take a tour of our practice toolbox

We have our instruments on the wall where they are visible.

In this little corner is tucked our important tools for practice Let’s get it out and look at what’s inside.

  • Links – for visual practice
  • Puppets for helping specific tasks
  • Dice
  • Marker
  • Rosin, cleaning cloth, tuner
  • Review system
  • Notebook, book, practice sheet

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Having your toolbox ready can make a big difference. You won’t need to search the house distracting from staying present in the practice. You’ll be able to get things out when practice starts to go south and find ways to keep moving forward easier.

Thanks for joining me on this Adventure in Suzuki Parenting and happy practicing!

How's this work for your Suzuki parenting adventure?

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