How to Teach Guitar to Kids
What you'll learn
- How to teach guitar to kids in the age-group 5 to 8
- How to teach kids to read music notes and play guitar songs
- How to teach kids to play basic chords
- How to teach kids basic rhythm and strumming
- How to plan weekly lessons for kids aged 5 to 8
- Child psychology and how to get young kids to practice
- Basic beginner guitar playing experience
- You don't need to know how to read guitar music. This course will teach you how
Are you a music teacher who wants to start teaching guitar to kids?
Or a guitar teacher who struggles to teach guitar and music notes to kids?
This course is designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced music teachers who want to start teaching guitar to kids in the age-group 5 to 8. If you're a parent who wants to teach guitar to a child, and you know the basics of music, you can follow along as well.
You don't even need to know how to read music to get started!
YOU WILL LEARN:
How to teach correct playing techniques at a pace that kids can follow
How to teach standard music notation to young kids
How to teach chord charts, rhythm and strumming
Child psychology and proven ways to motivate and coach both the child and the parent accompanying the child
How to get kids to practice, and to enjoy daily homework
How to get the parent on 'your side' and supporting the learning journey
How to teach the first song
An effective teaching style and method that you can take away beyond the first 10 lessons, and apply to beginners of all ages
ABOUT THE COURSE:
In this training the founder of the online Gentle Guitar school for kids, and author of the method, shows you how to teach standard notation to young kids on the guitar. Many guitar teachers struggle to teach music notes to kids. Many teachers question whether teaching standard notation to young kids even works! This course will prove that not only does it work, but that kids actually LOVE to learn to play notes on the guitar. It's much easier for a 5-year old to learn notes than to start out by strumming chords. Even simple chords can overwhelm a young child. Many teachers struggle to teach this young age-group. But with this method you'll find the secret to teaching guitar and music theory to very young kids, and you'll instantly improve your student retention!
You will follow 10 lesson plans, and each lesson plan will be thoroughly explained. You'll see student examples and will learn about child psychology and what to do, and what not to do. You do not need to know how to read music in order to follow this method. The instructor will step you through it step by step. So if you've always wanted to teach guitar to kids, this is a super easy and fun method! Your young students, and their parents, will love the lesson plans!
THE COURSE INCLUDES:
Ready-to-teach PDF Lesson Plans. Includes lessons 1 - 10. Get started teaching young kids right away!
Detailed video instruction on how to teach each lesson.
Who this course is for:
- Guitar and music teachers who want to teach guitar to kids in the age group 5 to 8
- This course is for guitar teachers, but if you are a parent who has some basic music knowledge, then it will work for you to teach your kids!
Short Description: Inga Hope is considered the #1 authority on teaching kids music and guitar through online lessons. Inga is the expert teacher other teachers go to when they need help with their teaching methods, materials and guitar lessons for kids.
About: A New Zealand national, Inga is currently living in Denmark. Inga has been featured on the New Zealand’s National Breakfast Show as an expert in kids music tuition and is making a name in the international homeschool scene as a speaker and music educator. Inga lives and breathes music and desires to make teaching music to kids easier and more accessible for everyone involved. Her innovative take on kids music education and her creative spark make her a sought after speaker and author of articles and teaching resources.
Inga is the founder of the online kids guitar school, Gentle Guitar, and creator of the Music Ed. A free digital music education magazine for music teachers and parents of musically active kids.