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Article: Performing Under Pressure
Help your child master the excitement and stress of music competitions

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Article: Private Matters
The benefits of private music lessons go beyond the additional instruction your child receives

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Article: Scare Away Stage Fright
Help your child let go of performance fears

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Article: A Script to Play With
How playing with 'intentions' changes the a scene

Kid drummers

Article: Self-Discovery, Self-Expression
An overview of child development in the arts, focusing on 10–12 year-olds. Self-awareness and self-expression are the emphases for this age group.

College Arts

Article: Sorting Out College Confusion for the Arts Student
Help your arts-inclined child find the perfect college match

Homemade Instruments Band

Article: Strike Up the Band: Creating Homemade Instruments
Make musical instruments by using recycled materials from your house

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Article: Summer Boredom Busters
Tap into your child's creative side with these suggestions for arts-related summer activities and camps

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Series: Supporting Your Young Artist
This series helps parents navigate their child’s development through the arts, beginning in preschool through to their launch into college. Click on your child’s age and stage below to find helpful tips on what to expect and how to support your developing artist.

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Article: Taking Care of Your Vocal Athlete
A resource for parents of young singers with a guide to choosing the right teacher

Computer Girl

Article: Thinking Outside the Box of Chocolates
Fun ways to create your own personal Valentines so you and your kids can avoid VSD—Valentine Stress Disorder

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Article: What the Arts Can Do for Your Child
Does your child need a boost of self-esteem? Learn how children can gain self-esteem through a study of the arts

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Article: When the Show Biz Bug Bites
Some tips to guiding your child to a life in musical theater

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Article: Young Adult Artists: Living an Artistic Life
An overview of young adult development in the arts, focusing on 18–22 year-olds.

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