Is Your Child Ready for Piano Lessons This Infographic Will Help

Quiz: Is Your Child Ready for Piano Lessons?

You’ve no doubt heard about the benefits of music education for kids, often leading to higher math and reading scores, improved memory and concentration, and even higher SAT scores later in life. Plus, learning how to play an instrument is just plain fun!

If your child is already showing an interest in music, perhaps you’re considering signing up for piano lessons, a common introductory instrument for kids. However, you’ll want to consider a few important things before booking the lessons. While there’s no hard-and-fast rule when it comes to the right age for piano lessons, a few factors come into play. The infographic below will help you decide, “Is my child ready for piano lessons?”

Is Your Child Ready for Piano Lessons

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So, how did you do? If you think your child is at the right age for piano lessons, the next step is to find a great piano teacher. Need some help? Begin your search here!  

Not quite there yet? Don’t fret — there are still opportunities to engage your child in music, including playing rhythm games, dancing, and singing along to songs — in the meantime. Music is a lifelong adventure — enjoy it together!

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4 replies
  1. Martha Olson
    Martha Olson says:

    I’m sorry to see so many arrows pointing to “no”, especially considering piano can help teach children so many of those development skills (counting, coordination, focus…etc.) and encourage parental involvement. And the featured “piano” isn’t event a real piano!

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  2. Douglas Brown
    Douglas Brown says:

    Well thought out infographic! I think my child may be ready for piano lessons. I still remember the lessons I had when I was younger, and how those experiences have really stuck with me throughout the years. Thanks for the info and the “quiz” of sorts!

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