Violin for young kids

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Do you teach little one violin? Are you searching for perfect violin worksheets ? You came to the right place. Download my worksheets, and see kids enjoy doing some homework in front of you!
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I created these fun violin worksheets for young ages ! Download and try it .
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Piano and Violin teacher for the last 15 years

MY TEACHING STYLE

Classical and Pop

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ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Cindy Su has been studying the piano and violin since the age of 4. She began her musical teaching career in her early 20s. Cindy has studied a variety of professional musicians and learned various methods of musical training such as the Suzuki Method. She has also received training in Musickgarten materials and curriculum, and for 3 years she played with the Camellia Symphony. Over the past ten years, she has taught piano and violin to all ages. Cindy studied at a Music Institute in Taiwan starting that the age of 7 – she won many music competitions and placed very high at others. After graduating with a degree in Music, she taught at home and at Granite Bay Music School for four years before opening Natomas Music Square. Cindy loves teaching piano because not only can she share beautiful music, but she can also be a friend to each of her students; she is appreciative that her students trust her as a teacher and as a friend. Often times Cindy uses comparisons of a rabbit and turtle race to illustrate that slow and steady wins in the end, just like being patient during the process of learning how to play an instrument such as the piano. She teaches her students that having patience when playing the piano is the key to success in playing the piano and life. Cindy’s approach of teaching is to expose children and adults to different types of music. They then realize that music holds plenty of choices and variety! Not everyone plays piano forever, but as long as they enjoy playing, that’s all that matters.

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