Friends are vital to school-age children’s healthy development. Research has found that children who lack friends can suffer from emotional and mental difficulties later in life. Friendships help children develop emotionally and morally.
In interacting with friends, children learn many social skills, such as how to communicate, cooperate, and solve problems. They develop the ability to think through and negotiate different situations that arise in their relationships.
Having friends even affects children’s performance in school. Children tend to have better attitudes about school and learning when they have friends to share it with.
Right now our kids are separated from those friendships that have made a pivotal difference in the past. The Lesson Center wants to help bridge that gap by giving them something they can work on together, apart.
If your child is a TLC student, we're inviting you to refer our teachers to their friends. If your student's friend enrolls we'll:
Enter them to win a grand prize of a Nintendo Switch or one of three $100 Amazon Gift Cards.
Connect them thru their teachers to work on learning to play a song together (even if the friend is BRAND NEW to music), including regular shared lesson experiences.
Feature the friend duo on a special livestream TLC-TV show this winter.
SHARE THIS STORY WITH A FRIEND. ** THEY'LL BE PROMPTED TO SCHEDULE A FREE TRIAL WITH ONE OF OUR AMAZING TEACHERS.
HEY FRIEND, YES YOU!
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SCHEDULE A FREE TRIAL!
IF THEY ENROLL:
- YOU'RE ENTERED TO WIN
- THEY GET $40 OFF THEIR FIRST MONTH'S ENROLLMENT
- & YOUR KIDS WILL BE CONNECTED TO WORK ON A SONG TOGETHER*
*Each student learns at a different pace, but our instructors will work to help the beginner and the existing student to work as a team.