Practicing can be tricky. We hear people say things like, “Do it 10 times. Can’t do it? Do it 20 times more.” But, there’s a trap there.
Doing something 10, 20, or even 100 times won’t help if you aren’t doing it in a way that helps you progress. In fact, those repetitions can actually harm your progress. You can get really, really good at doing something really, really wrong if you aren’t careful.
You need to make smart choices when you practice and these Tools for Positive Practice are designed to help you do just that. They aren’t listed in any particular order. Remember, they are just tools. You need to find the right one(s) for the right job.
Discover Block Towers, Playdough, Save the Orphans, The Ants Go Marching One By One, Micro-Bites, Tilt-A-Whirl, and more. Which tools will you need today?
They can be used in private lessons, group lessons, camps, & ensembles, elementary classrooms, or homeschooling.