Back To School Guitar Lessons
Back to school starts soon! Guitar lessons in Northeast Philadelphia are available for your child!
Fall is on its way and so is back to school for most. Whether your child is physically going to class or learning online, most schools have decided not to start up extracurricular activities right now. Which can be a drag for your young kids who are looking to release some of that pent up energy. If you are looking for some ways for your children to get involved in after school activities fear not! There are quite a few activities your child can engage in that doesn’t require close contact.
If your child is more academic than athletic, get them involved in an online club. If they are interested in reading, have them start up a book club with their peers or like-minded people in their age group. You can help them get started by posting on social media, letting friends know that your child wants to start a club. This can work for just about anything your child is interested in, academically. Start a history club, math club, science club, etc.
Sports from afar
Just because your child can’t play sports with others right now, they can still play! If you have multiple children, start a kickball team in the driveway or a softball team in the backyard. Maybe volleyball strikes their fancy. These sports don’t require contact and if there are children in the neighborhood, check with their parents to see if they will let their kids join. Playing sports while social distancing can be a great way for your children to get some energy out.
If you have a musical child or children, sign them up for some lessons. There are several ways you can get your child in music lessons. Many instructors have opted to teach their students virtually right now so you can have them take guitar lessons, for example, with a teacher via Zoom. They will get individual attention and have live instruction right in front of them. Some music studios are allowing kids to come back into class in a limited capacity. Find a teacher who offers one on one lessons. This way it will be your child and the instructor in the room and no one else. They can teach your child from six feet away and your child will still receive full instruction.
There are many ways you can get your child involved in extracurricular activities. Get them situated in schoolwork first and then explore what they may be interested in doing when class is done for the day. Kids have probably never been so excited to go back to school as they are during this time. They’ve spent the summer at home, they are itching to get out and be with their friends. If your child is taking a class from home, perhaps getting a neighborhood contactless sports team together after school is the way to go. If they are attending school but still want more interaction with their peers, get that book club going.