BEST KIDS GUITAR COURSE IN 2022

In this article, I’m going to look at what makes a Kids Guitar Course like Kids Guitar Dojo unique from typical face to face lessons or other online courses. We will also look at the reasons why learning the guitar from home is important during the current covid climate and how mastering skills through daily practice is what truly helps young beginners progress quickly. 

Firstly, the only way to truly learn a skill is by actually doing it and to start playing the guitar at 5 years of age is clearly an advantage over starting in your teens.

Kid’s Guitar Dojo is a stress-free kids guitar course that takes the hassle out of regular guitar lessons. Driving to and from classes and reminding your child to practice is no longer a daily chore as this fun and easy guitar trying system ticks all the boxes.

Whats Included In The Kids Guitar Dojo Course Package ?

 

THE HARD COPY BOOK

 

  • Super colourful hard cover book with a spiral design opens easily on a music stand.
  • Easy to follow instructions and diagrams make learning fun and unlock all the key elements of learning the guitar.
  • Glazed cardboard cover made with thicker inner pages paper than the regular stitched books. 
  • All lessons correlate with the video lessons and online daily practice schedule 
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THE FASTRACK FRETBOARD SYSTEM

Also known as training wheels for the guitar these colour fret board markers are easily fitted and removed. No crazy expensive led lights and bluetooth required!  

These colourful emojis are like little road signs that guide little fingers around the neck of the guitar. Quiz questions reinforce the finger positions, string names and fretboard positions. The student is encouraged to remove the the markers as confidence grows. 

THE WEBSITE PORTAL
  • Super Simple Guitar Training Videos
  • Personal Dashboard With Rewards System
  • Practice Schedule
  • Play Along Video Animations
  • Backing Tracks
  • Animated Video Lessons
  • Quiz Questions

Gamification Inspires Learning

THE ONLINE GAMIFICATION SYSTEM

This clever gamification system drives daily practice using Dojo Dollars and Badges of achievement to reward students for logging in and doing daily lessons. 

Badges Of Achievement

This digital part of the course correlates perfectly with the hard copy book. Every time a  student completes 7 consecutive lessons or Days of practice they receive a badge and a printable certificate of achievement.

Dojo Dollars

A digital currency designed and aligned into the website and Shop Portal. Dojo Dollars are earned for completing daily lessons, quiz questions and playing along to the video backing tracks. They are tallied up in dashboard and kids can spend them on products in the shop.

The Student Dashboard

The Student dashboard is the central area where students can see their progress. How many badges they have been rewarded and tally of Dojo Dollars. The Website is compatible with all devices.

Dashboard: 7 Day Practice Diary
PARENTS GUIDANCE SECTION

Many parents decide to join in on the fun and learn guitar with their kids. A great way to bond and share the experience. We encourage this and provide a section on the website with useful video tips and guidance on how to provide a guiding hand. 

How To Select The Right Sized Guitar For Your Child 

Choosing the right sized guitar is very important and we recommend you read our article here. A good starter guitar will only set you back around $150 including postage worldwide. 

 

THE SECRET TO SUCCESS IS DAILY PRACTICE

DAILY MICRO COMMITMENTS

Young beginners will stay sharper and more alert when practicing in smaller time frames. Follow this up with a reward and students will see the benefits straight away – practice -reward. 

This learning methodology is the key to success when building muscle memory.  Instilling this early on has worked wonders for many students using the kids guitar dojo method.

KEY STEPS

  • 10-15 Minutes a day is all it takes to make steady progress. 
  • Practicing in short intervals on a regular basis is far better than practicing for 1 hour a week.

Muscle Memory

 Muscle memory is an interesting term as your muscles themselves can’t actually remember anything. They are however full of neuron’s attached to your nervous system.

The act of committing to a specific motor task through repetition leads to memory retention. If children can come to understand this concept it will serve them well though all their learning endeavours. In simple terms practice involves repeating the same thing over and over until the muscles learn that movement.

Daily Practice
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