There are two kinds of piano teachers regarding the problem of candy distribution to their students: those who reward at the end of the lesson (or at some point) and those who do not. (Feel free to substitute candy with another form of reward for a behavior that does not include verbal praise when appropriate)
Once upon a time, Joe Shmoe googled “Gifts for Classical Musicians”. He clicked on a random article that showed up on the top results and these were some of the suggestions he got:
Mozart Pez dispenser
Musical cookie cutter
Musical Snow Globe etc etc.
As a 20-something-year-old, it has become fashionable to include yoga, drink celery juice, have a capsule wardrobe on my new years resolution. Now, do not think that I have actually checked all of them off; I am somewhat trying to create a capsule wardrobe and do the Yoga with Adrienne 30 Day Challenge, but I will probably never drink celery juice…Read More