Month: September 2019

Easy Music Learning Activities To Try At Home

Children gravitate to music! Here are 8 easy ways to bring music into your home.

1.Pots & Pans Band:
No instruments at home, no problem!  Use some pots, pans, ladles, whisks, spoons, etc.  Can your child play loud, soft, fast, slow? Trying playing with your child for some extra fun.
  1. Homemade Egg Shakers:
This is such a simple instrument...read more

Eight Signs to Teach Your Baby

At Bravo, we start teaching sign language to babies when they begin feeding themselves food (like crackers or yogurt).  This is typically around 6 months. You may notice that your child may not sign back to you until she is a little older (8-9 months).  But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start now! Children learn by demonstration and repetitiveness so the more your child’s family and caregivers sign...read more

Three tips to help your child practice their music

Every parent of a music student has been there. Getting your kids to practice can be a "chore" no one wants to do. (Am I seriously paying for this?!) Listen up for some tips from an experienced musician...

  1. Make practicing fun! Instead of using a metronome, find a funky beat they get to play their songs too. Find accompaniment tracks to play their music to. Find recordings...read more