Test Hello, I’m a test description? 1.Children should have chores and other responsibilities outside of school work Yes No 2.My child is often tapping to the beat of a song Yes No 3.My child finds it hard to leave an unfinished task. Yes No 4.Music is in your family, someone in your family line is a talented musician Yes No 5.My child is a perfectionist Yes No 6.My child is involved in many extracurricular activities. We do something different (almost) every day Yes No 7.I often find it quite hard to get my child’s attention, he/she doesn’t always listen. Yes No 8.I drive my child to many different activities, but I don’t get too involved into what my child is doing. I’m the kind of parent who cheers and chat’s to other parents at my child’s soccer games! Yes No 9.My child shows interest in many musical instruments Yes No 10.My child can’t focus on any one thing for too long, he/she gets easily distracted. Yes No 11.I prefer that my child does fever activities but delves deep into each one. Yes No 12.We’re are usually an organised family. Everything is mostly planned in advanced Yes No 13.I can get my child’s full attention and focus when I need it. Yes No 14.I spend a lot of time bonding and communicating with my child. Yes No 15.Setting boundaries is essential in order for a child to grow up into a discerning individual. Yes No 16.If I take my child to lessons/activities, I’m usually involved. I’m the kind of parent who ends up becoming the soccer coach for my child’s team! Yes No 17.We don’t have set routines, my child has a lot of freedom in deciding what ha/she will do in their day Yes No 18.My child has set routines, we usually know what we are doing from one day to the next Yes No 19.My child is making up melodies and songs Yes No 20.My child is often singing along or making up her own tunes when instrumental music is playing in the background Yes No 21.My child takes his/her time and usually does things (like writing her letters) very neatly Yes No 22.My child is an impatient learner. He/She easily gets bored and quickly moves on to new things that spark his/her attention Yes No 23.I want my child to learn several musical instruments at the same time Yes No 24.My child’s mood can easily be affected by music (Falling asleep to music, listening to music, getting excited by music etc.) Yes No 25.I love the idea that Gentle Guitar requires that the parent participates in the lessons if the child is under 12 years old Yes No Inga Hope2019-07-19T11:02:03+00:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditWhatsappTumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: Inga Hope Inga Hope is the author of Gentle Guitar™ method and blog. Inga writes about the benefits of music education and how formal music study enhances brain development & overall development in children.