Practice Blog entry #1 Intervallic Practicing

PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE! Developing a successful practice routine takes time and energy. Where should you start? I suggest with time management. Finding 15 to 45 minutes a day for practice is difficult with today’s demands on both adults and children.  Begin by breaking up a 30 minute daily practice routine into three 10 minute sessions. You may notice that your mind and body are not working together the first 10 minute session. This is ok! As you come back for the second and third practice session you will notice better focus on the lesson plan.

 

ATTN Parents! You will also find these reduced sessions to work better for children’s high energy levels. Your children will be less likely to fuse over a 5 to 10 minute practice session, than a 20 to 30 minute session. Lastly remember, adding new ideas to your practice strategy needs time to become helpful.

 

Stay consistent with this practice tip and I promise you will see great improvements. Good Luck!

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