Repetition is crucial when developing a new skill or learning a new piece of music. Doing lots of repetition through games is also at the basis of Suzuki education and practice.
Often we need to be creative in getting our young musicians to practice and repeat things. In this post we will talk about just one Suzuki violin practice game which is always effective with the young Suzuki students. For extra ideas check out our Suzuki Violin Practice page.
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Try the Number Suzuki Violin Game
Place them on the floor or a table face down.
The younger the child, the more they would enjoyt this way of practicing. I am now working with two children ages 3 and 4. As they are learning numbers and counting in their kindergarden, this game taps into their newly aqkuired knowledge. They love it and each time thay come to my studio they reach for the numbers!
Doing this will give your child choice! However, once they’ve made their choice, they need to stick with it.
You can use the same concept and create different games for your child.
Your child can get creative and create their own Suzuki violin practice game following the same concept.
You can use the same idea when looking for repetition with a different subject (math, learning a foreign language, spelling, etc).
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