A PARENT CAN HELP THEIR CHILD PRACTICE SINGING BY JOINING IN ON THE FUN.
If there is one constant that runs through the art of singing, it is the challenge of practicing. Practicing like exercising is hard work, and like exercise, we do it to highlight our progress. Why the struggle? There are many answers to this question, like procrastination, know-how, and lack of tools. So, what ideas can we utilize to get our children or friend to practice?
IT IS A NO-BRAINER THAT THE BONDING WITH YOUR CHILD INCREASES WHEN YOU GET INVOLVED.
One of our students mentioned that their dad practices with them; not being able to carry a tune should not stop you; instead, it becomes an adventure. It will help your child even more if you cannot sing on pitch. What, are you losing it if I sing, I will clear the house. That may be accurate but hang with me for a moment. Consider my course Breathing Mastery which includes step-by-step video instruction you can do together.
YOUR CHILD IS LEARNING HOW TO SING; FOR THEM TO PROGRESS, IT HELPS TO TEACH IT.
If you try to help them in their practice time, your child can teach you the technique they are learning. In teaching you, you understand, and they become more excellent singers making it a win-win. You may discover that you had a voice in there all along.
The next time your child or friend is going to dodge practicing, keep them accountable not only in words but in action. Join them and let them have fun, knowing they are needed to turn those sounds you make into beautiful singing. Have some fun and put on a show for family and friends. Visit Vocal Guitar Mastery for more on practice habits.
Remember, keep singing and playing guitar.