The Importance of Creating a Routine: Practice Corner

Culturally we have an idea of what our practice routine looks like.
It’s usually after school.
The child practices for 3 to 60 minutes by themselves.
That can work find for an older child, but what if that child is 3 or 4? What if the parent is practicing with the child? The Suzuki philosophy requires a different kind of practice, so we need to think outside of the box when it comes to routine.
If you have a young child learning an instrument and you’ve felt unsatisfied about your routine or regular practice, this video is for you!
First, it’s important to realize that even if you are “trying it out,” that means commitment. Children and adults alike don’t enjoy things that they feel unsuccessful at. Having a regular practice routine helps create that success.
Want some new ideas on how to think about that routine? Watch the video below!

How's this work for your Suzuki parenting adventure?

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