I found that compliment cards help to reassure students and parents that there are many beautiful moments in a performance. This feedback lifted the energy of the post-recital lessons. Students are inspired to continue working on performance skills. Parents are reassured about their investment in lessons! AND What a lovely way to build support and community within your teaching studio.
Play-based learning is powerful. It is how we learn. (Fun fact: ALL of us, not just the kids. There is no cut-off age for the effectiveness of play-based learning. Even your super moody teens and your career track young adults will benefit from activities that make them smile!)
There are endless ways to encourage our singers to explore and warm-up their voices using the characters of the spooky season.It includes movement, ear-training, vocal explorations,and new music. Here is my 45-minute lesson plan for my Singing Class Club (5 singers, 8 to 10 years of age)
Using Share screen and annotate features in your online lessons can clarify your instructions and keep students of all ages engaged in your voice lesson. (Also, super fun!)
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