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Tips for Parents: The 5 Best Guitars for Kids

Figuring out how to find a great first-time guitar can be a challenge in itself, but what to do when you're looking for a child? Have no fear, guitar instructor Matthew K. is here! Read on for some professional insight, purchase recommendations, and how to find the best guitars for kids... Learning to play the guitar can be the most exciting time in a child’s life so it’s important to choose a guitar that fits!  Full-size guitars can be too big and bulky for a child’s small hands to work around … Read More

Tips for Parents: The 5 Best Guitars for Kids
Figuring out how to find a great first-time guitar can be a challenge in itself, but what to do when you're looking for a child? Have no fear, guitar instructor Matthew K. is here! Read on for some professional insight, purchase recommendations, and how to find the best guitars for kids... Learning to play the guitar can be the most exciting time in a child’s life so it’s important to choose a guitar that fits!  Full-size guitars can be too big and bulky for a child’s small hands to work around
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Looking for cool math games to keep your kids busy and learning, while having fun at the same time? Check out our favorite websites and resources, compiled by Dallas, TX tutor Kristin S.:    Do your kids groan when they hear the word "math?" Is it impossible for them to even imagine doing math outside of school, let alone enjoying it? Check out these fun (and free!) math games from Math-Play.com, and use them during the summer to keep your kids mentally sharp, or strengthen any ar
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Learn to play Selena Gomez's new song "Same Old Love" the easy way with this guitar tutorial from Jonathan B.... Pretty simple, right? Now you have everything you need to know in order to cover Selena Gomez's "Same Old Love". Here are the skills you'll use as you play through this guitar lesson: Using a capo Open guitar chords Playing fingerstyle guitar Singing and playing guitar And that's it! Now you're ready to impress your friends or make an amazing cover video of
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You might know chords and strumming patterns, but do you know these 10 ukulele facts? Uke teacher James W. has some great trivia for you... The ukuele is a universally popular instrument and a fine way to enjoy music together anywhere anytime. So, here's a little food for thought for the next time you're strumming one... The ukulele descended from an instrument called a machete brought to the islands by sailors visiting Hawaii from Portugal. You may have heard that ukulele means “ju
Are Piano Lessons on DVD Worth It?
Thinking about purchasing a piano lessons DVD program? Here, Brick, NJ teacher Elizabeth C. shares her thoughts on this method of learning, and if it's really the best way to go... You have probably seen the infomercials marketing piano lessons on DVD that guarantee you will be “playing the piano in six weeks or your money back.” These programs may be beneficial in teaching piano basics, but fall short in providing methodology that fosters long-term piano success or song versatility. Why P

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