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LEARN HOW TO PLAY GUITAR TODAY & SAVE!

LEARN HOW TO PLAY GUITAR TODAY & SAVE!

PARENTS CORNER

Charter School Ready
How studying music is important for childREN and adults alike.
Children and Musical Education

Music and the arts help students become problem solvers who think on their feet and outside the box. It’s a kick to see a young person begin studying music as a quiet soul and evolve into a student leader.
Many teachers and parents from experience, view access to music education between very and extremely important, in the proven belief that those with a musical education enjoy improved communication, problem-solving, math and innovation skills. That is why Federal education policy authorizes the use of Title I funds for music and arts education.

Instrument training fundamentally alters the nervous system; such that neural changes survive into adulthood even after auditory training has ceased. A study of grade school kids, 8 to 11, found that those who studied music actually developed higher verbal IQ’s.
These discoveries mean specifically that youth instruction results in dramatic enhancements in your child’s growth path.
Music students tend to be happier. Just ask parents. Give some serious thought to exposing young people to musical instrument training on the theory that, not only will it help to develop their brains, but they may become people whose focus becomes living in our world, instead of the confines of a 6” phone.

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*GET YOUR FIRST 3 LESSONS FOR ONLY $9.99 or GET ALL 20 LESSONS FOR $59.99

PARENTS CORNER

How studying music is important for children and adults alike.

Children and Musical Education

Music and the arts help students become problem solvers who think on their feet and outside the box. It’s a kick to see a young person begin studying music as a quiet soul and evolve into a student leader.

Many teachers and parents from experience, view access to music education between very and extremely important, in the proven belief that those with a musical education enjoy improved communication, problem-solving, math and innovation skills. That is why Federal education policy authorizes the use of Title I funds for music and arts education.

Instrument training fundamentally alters the nervous system; such that neural changes survive into adulthood even after auditory training has ceased. A study of grade school kids, 8 to 11, found that those who studied music actually developed higher verbal IQ’s.

These discoveries mean specifically that youth instruction results in dramatic enhancements in your child’s growth path.

Music students tend to be happier. Just ask parents. Give some serious thought to exposing young people to musical instrument training on the theory that, not only will it help to develop their brains, but they may become people whose focus becomes living in our world, instead of the confines of a 6” phone.

BUY NOW AT THIS SPECIAL PRICE 

*GET YOUR FIRST 3 LESSONS FOR ONLY $9.99 or GET ALL 20 LESSONS FOR $59.99

As you can see these guitars range in price from $55 to $120 dollars. For beginners I would not recommend spending more. My goal is to get you playing properly in the most economic way possible! It’s better to have a average guitar and get lessons then to spend thousands of dollars on a guitar and not really know what your doing. Most guitarists make this critical mistake!
Eddie Van Halen’s first guitar cost $300.00 dollars. Yet, he played incredibly great because he knew what he was doing!
Now lets look at the good effects of learning guitar for our children’s mental well-being and to increase their intelligence. I have personally witnessed incredible improvements in concentration and ADD behaviors.
LEARN HOW TO PLAY GUITAR TODAY & SAVE!

MAJOR BENEFITS FOR CHILDREN WHO LEARN & PRACTICE MUSIC

Nearly everyone enjoys music, whether by listening to it, singing, or playing an instrument. But despite this almost universal interest, many schools are having to do away with their music education programs. This is a mistake, with schools losing not only an enjoyable subject, but a subject that can enrich students’ lives and education.

Read on to learn why music education is so important, and how it offers benefits even beyond itself.
1. Musical training helps develop language and reasoning: Students who have early musical training will develop the areas of the brain related to language and reasoning. The left side of the brain is better developed with music, and songs can help imprint information on young minds.
2. A mastery of memorization: Even when performing with sheet music, student musicians are constantly using their memory to perform. The skill of memorization can serve students well in education and beyond.