توجه ! این یک نسخه آرشیو شده میباشد و در این حالت شما عکسی را مشاهده نمیکنید برای مشاهده کامل متن و عکسها بر روی لینک مقابل کلیک کنید : Children's Music Lessons

Thursday 7 October 2010, 04:47 PM
If you are a parent of a young child, then now is the perfect time to introduce music. Some theories have even proven that if you play music to your baby while it is in the womb or when it is an infant then it will improve all types of things, such as their IQ and their motor skills. Before your child becomes impressionable through schooling and other children, you should introduce them to music while they still have such an open and fresh mind.

For this purpose, music lessons are an asset. It is an effective way to help your child learn to play any type of instrument, and you might find out that your child is very gifted when it comes to the art of music. Figuring out where to begin with music lessons is usually the hardest step for parents. They are unsure which instrument to purchase for their child and they are unsure as to which teacher to choose or who might be safe for their child.

It is first important to understand what happens in a typical lesson environment. The teacher, or experienced musician, helps share his or her expertise on the instrument with the student. During the lesson, the teacher observes the difficulties that the student might be having as well as noticing their strengths. The teacher will then introduce newer and harder concepts as the student progresses, which can only happen with practice and homework.

One factor to keep in mind if you are considering music lessons is that they do require much more commitment both on your part and your child as opposed to cub scouts or dance lessons. This is due to the fact that most of the learning is your child’s responsibility. It is up to them how advanced they become with the instrument, and it is based on how often they practice. One thing that many children forget is that they are supposed to practice at home, not just with their teacher. Without the practice, your child’s progress will not excel and you will end up paying more money than you expected for the teacher’s time.

You should also remember that this is supposed to be fun for a child. While practice does make perfect, never force your child to do something such as practice. While you should encourage it, forcing them only makes them dislike the instrument that much more. Their heart truly has to be in it in order for them to excel at the art. Usually, as your child gains confidence and starts to see how well they are doing with the instrument, then they will eventually become very passionate. Having them partake in music lessons not only gives them the confidence but it will help with their focus and concentration in school.

Usually, children at the age of 7 and up will be the best candidates for music lessons because they already have a desire to learn, have great listening skills, and a willingness to practice. Younger children also advance well in music lessons, but it is more common if they are in a group environment that is slightly more playful. Starting your children young in a music class will help them gain a passion for the art and prepare them for regular music lessons when they are a little older. You can also have your own music time at home if you have younger children. Encourage them to sing silly songs, make home-made musical instruments, or even buy them a kid sized instrument.

No matter what you decide to do, remember that music lessons will be a valuable investment towards your child’s future. You need to be prepared to commit to it just as they will so that you can make sure they attend the classes and are positive about practicing. With your guidance and patience, your child could be on their way to being the next musical genius.

Thursday 7 October 2010, 05:36 PM
I have a 5 yearS old brother. Whats the fiRst step to teach him the music the0ries. BecaUse i guesS children lesS0ns are different with older bodies. What sh0uld i teach fiRstly? Is there any rule or guidance for kids music educati0n? Thanks in advance..

Wednesday 11 January 2012, 10:05 AM
try to teach him playing an instrument.
It's more benefit!
Is'nt it?!

Wednesday 11 January 2012, 11:05 AM
Thanks after a long time.. yes i was thinking so. but there is some problems in the way. its hard for him to remember the exact phrases of music.. i mean.. if his lesson be a simple method .. yes.. he play it well.. but as i experienced and according to his learning potential i found it better to teach him read music notation.. and finally yes.. of course he should play instrument.. :) thanks for your response

Wednesday 11 January 2012, 12:54 PM
yes,you're right.

When you teach children you should consider that it takes a long time for them to learn and understand your lesson,you should be patient.

So let him to exactly learn a lesson and then teach him one another.


Wednesday 11 January 2012, 01:06 PM
Hey Guys...How are you Doing?...I agree with you all

The benefits of teaching children music lessons at a young age have been well documented. Research suggests that children who are exposed to music and music theory perform better in tests of memory, literacy, mathematics and general IQ. The effect of music on the brain also seems to promote creativity and help children learn coordination, cooperation and concentration

try to teach him love the Music
this can help very well

Saturday 14 January 2012, 12:12 PM
its better to start sth however. the time goes and the best period of music aquisition will waste
he hould go to a music class and after that it will be clear in what level he is. so you have sth to manage a schedule for him.

Sunday 5 February 2012, 08:31 AM
the most important thing is to believe children
and its really hard

Sunday 5 February 2012, 09:41 AM
oh. believing the children. too hard for some people. for an example i did not believe that a child can learn every things in his or her own early ages. my freind has a child and i did not keep my tongue against him. and after that in a family session he retold that bad words to his aunt. and while his mama told him : from where did you learn these bad thinges ? he replied uncle parviz said that. for god sake he is just 3 years old. oh. what a pity.
so we must believe children. they can learn and unfortunately can say it into a wrong position.

Sunday 5 February 2012, 03:17 PM
You're right,but I think that kid was a special case the others usually behave respectfully and a little shy in class.
And you yourself should be a more serious teacher in class when you study,if not you should expect to see such reactions as being rude by children!

Wednesday 14 March 2012, 07:26 PM
a children's music teacher should should know methods of teaching children,cause as you know they're completely diffrent with adults and teens and can be easily bored with hard trainings and lessons

Thursday 22 March 2012, 09:36 AM
what is noticeable about the kids is always their aquisition lead to invent new methods. most of todays methods have invented because of children. i thik this is because at their ages society could not affect to their talent yet and researchers can find new behavior in them.

Wednesday 23 May 2012, 09:47 AM
take it easy guys, everything for children is like a game, so let's play a game with them. tell them you are goin to play a new kind of game and that is music, don't go through theories at first hand, I myself hate theories I wanna learn everything by experince. let them experience music by listening on and on.

Saturday 13 October 2012, 07:57 PM

Sunday 13 January 2013, 11:38 PM
Teaching music to the children needs education, in some countries even you can find "Teaching music to the children" as a major in universities.
unfortunately Iranian people think Teaching music to the children is easy and each musician can do that well. but it's not true!
If a child has a bad teacher, his/her teacher can affect on him badly! even in some cases, maybe he/she hates music and art and .... .
a good children teacher plus music, should know Physiology and also, he/she has to be kind!
If you have a child and wanna teach him music, don't take it easy! Find for a good teacher, I suggest "Orf" course for the first year and after that your child with his/her teacher's help can find a good and suitable musical instrument.


Wednesday 3 July 2013, 10:49 PM
and i can say this
babaei : hi many years ago a man named leonardo davinci lived in italy. ha .... baa baa