Tips for Traveling to Lessons
Suggested by students
1. Use the same bag each week for all of your piano books. Pack it the morning of your lesson (or the night before!) so you don't have to do it later. Double-check to make sure you've packed everything:
2. Bring a water bottle for lesson time and a snack for the car.
3. Bring a book to read or homework to do in the car or while waiting.
4. Leave a little early so you don't feel rushed while driving to your lesson.
5. Remember to wash your hands just before your lesson begins.
Check here for the master calendar with this year's schedule.
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The Fundamentals of Piano Practice
"Why Kids Need to Move, Touch and Experience to Learn"
"How to Make Your Kids Smarter: 10 Steps Backed by Science"
"3 Things Parents Must Tell Their Children When They Begin a Musical Instrument"
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