Juggle Street has a vast amount of private music teachers, ready to help your child learn the instrument of their choice. From piano lessons, guitar lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons…..even singing lessons! This is your opportunity to take advantage of our community of local in-home music teachers. Booking in a lesson can be done in a few easy steps.
Juggle Street is a neighbourhood network providing busy families access to trusted, local helpers including babysitters, nannies, au pairs and home tutors. When parents and helpers have competed their profiles, they can connect, chat online and meet face-to-face if they wish. Juggle Street Pty Ltd is a wholly owned Australian company based in Sydney.
There are no pre-determined prices, or fixed hourly rates for jobs on Juggle Street. Parents set the price they are willing to pay for each job, and post it to one or many of their local helpers. The helpers decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline. Helpers get paid cash or via bank transfer by the family at the end of each job. Juggle Street is free to join and use for helpers, parents pay per job post or subscribe.
At Juggle Street, trust and security are paramount. That’s why everyone who joins (parents and helpers) need to complete mobile phone verification before their profile is activated. A family’s exact home address is only shared with the helper who is awarded the job. Working with Children Checks are mandatory since May 2019.
Parents Set The Price
Parents set the price they are happy to pay for each tutoring job
Tutoring hourly rates posted and accepted average between $20-$60/hr
Tutors decide if the job is ‘worth it’ and apply or decline
Families pay tutors at the end of each job in cash or via bank transfer
Helpers Keep All the Money
Keep all the money! Juggle Street does NOT take a percentage
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Juggle Street has a vast amount of music teachers, ready to help your child learn the instrument of their choice. From piano lessons, guitar lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons…..even singing lessons! This is your opportunity to take advantage of our community of local music teachers. Booking in a lesson can be done in a few easy steps.
There is a vast amount of scientific research to prove that a music education is a powerful tool for gaining children’s full intellectual, social and creative potential. It can:
Studying music requires a high level of precision in auditory processing. Being nearly in tune is not good enough. Musically trained children are better able to distinguish small details of speech, leading to improved reading, better comprehension and a greater ability to interpret what others are saying.
Music lessons give children a powerful means to express themselves and let their creativity run wild. Musically trained children are likely to develop strong cognitive and social abilities.
Musical experience draws on nearly every part of the brain. Researchers have linked music lessons with improved IQ and academic performance. Studies have also indicated that individuals who are musically trained show better working memory abilities.
“Our data has confirmed a rapid transfer of cognitive benefits in young children after only 20 days of music training. The strength of this effect in almost all of the children was remarkable” Dr Sylvain Moreno, Rotman Research Institute.
Students who practice regularly improve far more rapidly than those who practice sporadically. Practicing regularly helps develop discipline and aids in the development of music reading kills and better technique, fine motor skills and muscle memory.
There are no rules when it comes to practicing music however small amounts of regular practice is much better than just one massive session. If you only play your instrument during your lesson then your muscles will have trouble remembering what you did and you won’t progress very quickly. Aim to practice a minimum of three days a week for 10-15 minutes a days. It’s better to spread these days out so that they are not all in a row. It’s also a good idea for your child to keep a note book and write down anything that they’re struggling with during practice, so they can remember to bring it up with their music tutor during their next lesson.
Instead of skipping from song to song, it’s really important to learn each song properly, thereby mastering the techniques taught in the song instead of skipping from song to song. It’s likely that when you run into a problem or a particularly difficult part of a song, that you’ll decide to go for another song leaving the first behind. The new song might be a bit hard too, so you try another and so on. The result is that without having really mastered a song properly you’ll feel like it’s all too hard. Don’t give up learning a song when it seems too difficult. Master each song first before moving on to a new one.