This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TakeLessons.com. All opinions are authentic and my own. Please see my disclosure policy.
The Benefits of Music Learning in Kids
It’s no new news that music is beneficial to kids’ learning. In fact, The American Psychological Association even sites a study that shows an increase in IQ for those children who take music lessons. And these has been evidence that music therapy can help children with medial problems such as ADHD. Here are some great resources for encouraging music learning (and maybe raising IQ?) in your kids…
10 Kids Music Learning Resources
Music Learning Through Online Music Lessons
Instrumental music lessons are a great option for kids music learning, too. TakeLessons.com can connect you with a music teacher in your local area or online to teach a musical instrument to your kids. And it allows you to conveniently search for and meet the teacher before having your child meet them in person.
“TakeLessons connects students and families with private music teachers, arts instructors and academic tutors throughout the US. We’ve been in business since 2006, and have worked with over 30,000 students nationwide. Safety and quality are our priorities; every instructor completes an extensive interview, training, and an annual criminal background check. We assist with scheduling, initial coordination with the instructor, and billing – so all you have to worry about is enjoying your lessons! Your online student account also helps you stay organized with scheduling and billing tools. We provide In Home and In Studio lessons, as well as Online Lessons, which are a popular option for busy families – all you need is a computer with a webcam, a Skype account, and a good Internet connection. Cut down on commute times by taking lessons in the comfort of your own home!”
The best part: there’s a 100% money back guarantee and no long term commitment. You can switch teachers, lessons, and instruments any time. So no risk if your kiddo changes their mind or you aren’t satisfied. Use the code “SUMMERMUSIC24” to get 20% off when booking online today or call 619-618-7946 to talk to a Student Counselor about your options.
Find a Music Teacher for Your Kids Today!
How do you encourage music learning in your kids? Does your child play a musical instrument? I’d love to hear about it in the comment below!
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf ofTakeLessons.com. All opinions are authentic and my own. Please see my disclosure policy.
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