Support kids’ practice so they want to do it

This approach:
“if they don’t practice, we’ll quit”
is backwards.

As a professional touring musician, college music professor, teacher of thousands of children, and father of a young soccer player, I urge parents and teachers to consider this way instead:

Support their practice so they want to do it.

The soccer people know this. In soccer, practice happens together with friends. There are lots of games. Parents are often involved. There is lots of cheering. And only one thing is mandatory—that you show up.

Rollin’ Daily Practice Club helps you support their consistency and makes practice social. Instead of being the disciplinarian, you become the cheerleader.

Support their practice, so they want to do it.

*presented by HeartStrings and Education for Happiness

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