LessonFace Review it’s fun to learn music at home

I was given two lessons at LessonFace.com and Quality Blue Community to facilitate the writing of this review. It did not change my opinion and this is my honest opinion of this service. Thanks LessonFace for sponsoring this!
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My boys both play violin. My oldest has taken since 4th grade and that’s been about 7 years now. My second son has been taking lessons for 2 years. My daughter said she never wanted to play a musical instrument. I’m trying to talk her into it. She’s got these long beautiful fingers that would probably make beautiful music on a piano. That’s the instrument I want her to play. But this opportunity came up for us to try out Lessonface.com. I knew immediately I wanted my girl to do it. She has done it without complaint. She likes her teacher and has enjoyed her first lesson. Their teachers are the best in their field and have to be fully vetted to be able to teach online  for them. They have lessons from piano, strings, woodwinds, and even singing lessons. They’re lessons carry a 100% moneyback guarantee too.  Here’s a quick video of  mine taking her violin lesson. She’s a beginner. 

She had the nicest teacher. She’s never wanted to take lessons but she enjoyed taking them in her own home and online. She is an extremely shy child and this was a great way to get her to take music lessons. She looks forward to her next lesson coming up this week. I can’t wait for her to learn more. I’m considering seeing if I can get her to take keyboarding this way. I love the not having to drive all over town. We are already out on Tues, Wed, and Thurs for gymnastics and golf. I don’t want to try to add in another day of driving around. This eliminates that, saves gas and allows her to feel comfortable doing lessons in her home. So happy we were able to try out LessonFace.com for a review. She’s happy and mom is one happy lady! This will save you time and money and allow your child to still take lessons online. It’s a win/win! Have you ever taken music lessons, if so what instrument?

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  1. that is crazy awesome! sometimes the only way to do it if you do not have anyone local to give lessons. Love that she enjoys it.

  2. This is a great tool. I really hope that my kids love creating music as much as my husband does. I love listening to it- but I do not have the skill set to play anything:(

  3. a great option for people that live out in the sticks, or want to keep the same teacher with moving state to state.

  4. I love having music time every day with my son! I’ll have to keep this in mind for when he gets a little older.

  5. That’s really interesting! I never though to look for online lessons.

  6. I haven’t, but my son takes drum lessons. I am not sure that is something he could do online, though.

  7. This would be a great solution for those in rural areas that might not have access to qualified instructors. I’m sure they’re very competitively priced also!

  8. That is really neat. My son wants to get back into guitar lessons and this would be a great option!

  9. aleshafulltimemama says:

    I love this idea! My kids have been asking to take piano and guitar lessons, and this is one we I know we could do it with all of them. I’m totally checking into this!

  10. Louida (@EarningFreeCash) says:

    What an awesome idea, especially if there isn’t a instructor near by. Plus this is very convenient.

  11. Debra Fazio-Rutt says:

    What a great way to learn an instrument. At your own pace and on your own time terms.

  12. Rachael says:

    I used to take piano lessons when I was a kid. I forgot how to read music it’s been so long. It’s on my bucket list to learn it again.

  13. lovenerdmaggie says:

    This is such a cool tool! I love how far technology has come.

  14. Jessica says:

    I took piano lessons many years ago when I was younger. I am hoping to get my daughter involved in music and playing an instrument!

  15. Liz Mays says:

    If it works without having to drive around, I’m all for it. The chauffeuring is crazy with kids!

  16. framedfrosting says:

    That’s so cool – great for kids too!

  17. I haven’t taken any music lessons. I want to take piano and I want my kids to take them as well. This seems like a really good idea.

  18. Christie says:

    Wow, this is a great option for those with no music in the area. What a fantastic idea

  19. casavilorainteriors says:

    Kids love music lessons and it is a great way for them to learn. My son has been asking for guitar lessons

  20. Jennifer Bullock {MommyBKnowsBest} says:

    I used to play the violin, flute and cello (not all at the same time) and we had lessons during school. I hope my kiddos decide to play a musical instrument.

  21. I’ve never taken music lessons. I’d like to get my kids to do it

  22. I always wished that I was musically inclined, but I just so am not haha. That’s awesome that you can do lessons from home like this! Saves so much time driving around.

  23. valmg @ Mom Knows It All says:

    I took a year of guitar lessons back in middle school. I’ve forgotten it all. I also took flute lessons later in school, I’ve forgotten that too.

  24. No music lessons here. Being able to learn from home would be very convenient, cuts back on travel and scheduling conflicts.

  25. keikilanij says:

    This is very cool. I have been thinking about starting music lessons with my kids, but all the driving… Nice to be able to do it at home!

  26. This is a neat service! My daughter is learning to play violin. I decided to pull her out of weekly lessons because I didn’t feel that we were getting a good return on our investment. We are doing the Suzuki method, and her teacher is adamant about her getting everything perfect before moving on… she hasn’t even started her first song yet! I’ll check this lessonface.com service out.

  27. This is so cool! I think it would be extremely efficient, especially for those of us who may have tighter schedules. I just can’t imagine scheduling lessons (music or sports) around work, school, life.

  28. My daughter played clarinet and my son played violin for a few years. I’ve never played.

  29. krystal says:

    That’s a super cool tool. I’ve never played any instruments.

  30. This looks like an interesting service. I took piano lessons for a few years as a kid. Couldn’t play a tune now though.

  31. Amanda says:

    This is pretty cool. My son takes drum lessons currently.

  32. I have a daughter who is very musically inclined. I am going to have to check this out!

  33. Pauline Cabrera (@Twelveskip) says:

    Awesome! And too cute. Would check this out for my little niece 🙂

  34. What a great thing for them! I wish my kids would take some kind of lessons.

  35. That is so cool! I’m going to have to tell my sister-in-law about this, she’d love it for my niece.

  36. The New Classy says:

    That sounds like a great way to learn. I always wish I knew how to play an instrument or at least something more about music than how to turn on a radio.

  37. What a neat way to get lessons if you don’t have a local tutor. Thanks for sharing.

  38. Christina S says:

    What a great option for those that can’t get out! Thanks for sharing.

  39. That is so awesome! I’m going to have to look into this. My son is interested in drums. One thing that’s been stopping us from allowing him to do it is the fact that we are a one car family. So him being able to take lessons without having to leave home would be great.