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Here are some funny baby incidents that forms sweet memories , whenever I think of them, I laugh aloud forgetting all my worries.
Right after our daughter was born, we went out to a restaurant for a treat with my sister's family and couple of friends. I sat next to Sunil, my best friend's husband. He always loves to joke around with everyone and grab everybody's attention to him. We all ordered food and drinks. As we were waiting for our food to come, Sunil started playing with my daughter, and all of a sudden grabbed her bottle and squirted it into his coffee. All the women around the table burst out in laughter ! Sunil was so happy that every women thought he is funny. but actually what made them laugh is that they knew that I only fed my daughter breastmilk which Sunil did'nt. loll
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Choosing the right Music Teacher of 2011

Many professional services which we use require practitioners to be trained, tested and licensed before they are allowed to perform those services. In fields such as medicine, law, public education and plumbing, we are fairly certain that we will receive quality service.

Unfortunately, this is not the case with private music teachers. Anyone who has the desire to teach private music lessons may hang out their shingle and advertise whether or not they have any training or experience. Since it is up to parents to do some research when seeking out a teacher, I thought of several pertinent questions which will be helpful in the process:

1. What is your professional history? Learn all you can about degrees, master classes attended, performing experience, etc.

2. What is your experience teaching students the age of my child? Find out how the teacher feels about working with children this age. Especially for young children, does the teacher have the appropriate vocabulary, expectations and spirit to really connect and stimulate the child’s interest in making music.

3. What are your goals with students like my child? Find out how these are achieved. Listen for the words "fun" or "enjoyment" in the teacher’s answer.

4. Does the child have any input into the pedagogical process? Is the teacher willing to be flexible if a student really wants to learn a particular song?

5. Do your students ever perform in recital? Find out how often they may do this, and whether it is mandatory for students to perform.

6. Are parents allowed to observe the lessons? In my opinion, children under the age of 12 benefit greatly from having one or both parents attend each lesson. So much usually happens during a lesson that the student can forget important points made during the lesson. Parents who have taken notes can gently remind the student of those points later in the week during practice times.

7. What are the parents’ responsibilities concerning practice?
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8. Do your students have the opportunity to perform for judged events such as Federation Festival or Piano Guild? Music teachers whose students participate in this type of activity have knowledge of the motivational incentives that annual events like these add to the learning process. Because of the specific goals required by these events, those teachers tend to be fairly organized because their students need to be ready for higher levels of achievement each year. These teachers also tend to be more integrated into the larger musical community in their area, which is another healthy sign.

9. Do your students have the opportunity to play music with others their age? This is especially helpful for guitar and piano students who are usually soloists who miss many musical learning experiences that occur when playing music with others.

10. What is your cancellation policy? With today's busy schedules, it is important to work with a teacher whose schedule will be compatible with your family's schedule. An important part of private music study is the regular weekly meeting of teacher and student. Some absences are unavoidable, because of illness, emergencies or other commitments, and it is important to know how these will be handled. Is there any flexibility on the part of the teacher to meet at a different time during the week if a particular lesson time cannot work?

11. Would you be willing to meet with me and my child before starting lessons? If you are still not quite sure of your choice by speaking over the phone, much can be gained from even a short face-to-face meeting.

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Learning the answers to these questions will definitely help you make a wiser decision concerning this most important choice in your child’s musical education.


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Moreover Many parents these days are quite interested in their childrens’ musical development in Quality Music 2011, but sometimes feel that their own musical skills are somewhat lacking. Parents often do not realize that professional music training is really not necessary to instill a love of music in their children – it is much simpler than that!

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When our parents and grandparents were growing up, there was a lot more music-making in the family. Parents regularly shared music with babies in the form of finger-play (“Here is the church, here is the steeple, open the door and see all the people!”) and tickling games (“Shoe a little horse, shoe a little mare, but let the little pony go bare, bare, bare!” while patting a child’s foot rhythmically and doing the tickle on the last “bare”). These kinds of games can still be played and enjoyed, and since the text is spoken, not sung, most parents can confidently perform the text with a sense of rhythm and fun, which is mainly what the young child is ready to absorb. Books full of these kinds of activities are available from GIA Publications.

“I am often asked by parents what they can do to help their child with music and more specifically what they can do to help improve their child's singing voice,” says Julie Swank, a music education professor at the University of Dayton. “I tell them it is simple. Just sing with them and to them. Often a sheepish response comes next. A father might tell me that he is afraid to sing because he feels that his voice might not be a good model. Young children do not know if a singer is singing in tune or not, but they do know if their parents (specifically their fathers) sing or do NOT sing. This action of singing or not sends a message.”

Children model many of their parents’ behaviors. I have noticed while teaching guitar that parents who do not sing will more likely have children who are uncomfortable when asked to sing even a single note, and these children usually require a great deal of coaxing and cajoling to begin the process of learning how to control their voice. Once these children start to sing, I have found their progress to be quite similar to children who are comfortable when asked to sing, so it really is not a matter of inborn talent as much as finding a teacher or a situation which can help the child get over the initial hurdle of singing in the company of others.

Should we as parents be concerned that our singing might not be of the highest quality? “In the home,” says Ms. Swank, “much leeway is given to family members because the experience of sharing an intimate moment involving a song overrides the presence or absence of musical accuracy. I am not sure when children realize that other singers (such as their parents, teachers, etc.) are off key. I can report that by January, after discussion, demonstration and examples, most of my kindergarten students can tell me when I sing "too high", "too low" or 

"just right" - like the story of the Three Bears!”

My advice to interested parents is to find your own voice, and learn to be comfortable with it. After all, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart and many others who are considered to be great musicians do not possess what most of us would call a beautiful voice, and yet they are very expressive singers. If you are concerned about how you sound when you sing, remember that singing is a learned skill, very much like shooting a basketball through a hoop. Most of us possess a voice that is much better than we imagine! Getting honest feedback from an understanding voice teacher or choir director can give you some good ideas and direction in developing a wonderful musical instrument world.