Have your children ever expressed an interest in learning to play the guitar?
You may have looked into guitar lessons for your kids, but found that not all guitar teachers realize that children learn differently than adults. Columbus Guitar Lessons instructors have taught guitar classes for kids as young as 4, so we know this from experience.
Kids Guitar Lessons NEED to Start Slower
We find that kids can play as well as adult students, but just need to start a little slower. We custom tailor our classes to fit the needs of each student. So whether your child picks it up very quickly, or needs a little extra practice, we make sure to move at a pace that is comfortable for them. We make sure they experience success right away so that they want to keep learning!
Did you know that Guitar Lessons for Children offer Many Proven Benefits?
- Grades improve. Countless studies have shown that grades improve when kids start playing a musical instrument!
- Guitar Lessons help kids suffering from shyness. Many elementary school teachers recommend music lessons for children who are very shy because it helps bring them out of their shell!
- Researchers have used various brain imaging techniques to investigate brain activity during musical tasks and found that playing music activates regions in all four of the cortex’s lobes, meaning that guitar lessons for children will stimulate EVERY part of their brains!
- Music Lessons for Children encourage self-discipline and diligence. These are traits that carry over into all areas of their lives and lead to effective study and work habits.
- Studies show that kids who take guitar lessons have a big improvement in their spatial-temporal scores aE" which is helpful when studying both Math & Science!
- Playing the guitar has always been able to bring people together. This can lead to a lifelong hobby and an endless source of joy.
- A study of 1,200 children in 50 schools demonstrated that the students who took music lessons were better at foreign languages, learned to read much more quickly, showed improved social interaction, showed higher levels of enjoyment in school, and had a lower stress level than students who didn’t study music.