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Hey Neighbors!

Many of you know that I homeschool.  Our family LOVES music, so it is only natural that they would be interested in taking music lessons.  TakeLessons is a way your child can take lessons at home, online.  All you need is a computer, Skype, a webcam and a good internet connection.  This is a perfect way for homeschoolers to take music lessons.

TakeLessons connects you with teachers around the country.  All of the instructors are required to complete an extensive interview, training and an annual criminal background check.  TakeLessons will assist with scheduling lessons, your initial coordination with an instructor, and billing.  You will get a student account where you will be able stay organized with scheduling and billing tools.

There are over 30 lesson types available.  These lessons include:guitar, violin, piano, singing, acting and academic tutoring.

Watch the video below to learn about finding out your voice type.  My daughter would LOVE voice lessons!


From TakeLessons:


- Lessons available in-studio, in-home or online (via Skype). Lesson prices vary depending on
location and length.
- Our most popular lesson package is Quarterly (book 12 lessons, get 1 free). Other packages
include month-to-month and Flex (coordinate lesson times as you go along with your instructor)
- 100% Money Back Guarantee. If you're not satisfied with your first lesson, we'll find you another teacher, or refund all of your original purchase price, including the first lesson.
- No long-term commitments - switch your schedule, teacher or instrument type at any time
- Teachers available for all ages and all experience levels


Does this sound like something you, my neighbor might be interested in?  If so, take a minute to visit their site at:TakeLessons.com.  

Also here is a great promo code you can use if you decide to sign up with TakeLessons.  You can use the code online or call 619-618-7498 and talk to a Student Counselor who can share the diffent options with you.  Be sure to use this Promo Code "SUMMERMUSIC2" to get 20% off all package lessons.  

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post for the benefit of my neighbors!

Comments

Yoli said…
Lessons sound very interesting; will share information. Thanks.

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