Philadelphia Piano Lessons

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Jessica G.|Philadelphia, PA

$10-20/hr 10 yrs exp 35 yrs old

Full Time Career Nanny With Teaching Background

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Hi! I have full time availability beginning the first week of November. I live in South Philly with my husband and our baby girl, born October 2019. We moved to Philadelphia in summer 2016 and bought our first home in summer 2017. I have 5 years full time nannying experience, and 6 years public school teaching experience. I enjoy creating age appropriate activities for my nanny kids, as well as taking them to so many wonderful parks, libraries, and play groups that South Philly has to offer. I also love singing, playing piano and guitar, painting, taking photos, and being outside. I am an enthusiastic, creative, and patient person who would have your child's best interests at heart. I have a lot of experience and excellent references. I'm looking forward to meeting you and your family!
Reviewed by Marissa Y. 5/5 stars
We hired Jess in winter of 2019 to care for our 4 month old son. She has taken incredible care of him from infancy through toddler hood. He absolutely loves being at her home and has excelled in all areas. Jess has provided exceptional care and goes above and beyond to make sure he is always entertained and constantly learning. She began teaching him sign language early on which has been amazing for his language and communication skills. We love getting pictures of him throughout the day and hearing about all about the things he does. He gets plenty of exposure to other children and socialization through play dates, park trips, and her own daughter. She is extremely trustworthy, reliable, and creative. Having our son with her was the best decision we made and we could not recommend her enough!
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Monica D.|Philadelphia, PA

$20-30/hr 3 yrs exp 24 yrs old

Very Experienced Nanny / Babysitter (ages: 3 Months And Up)

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Hi! I'm Monica, a recent college graduate with several years of experience caring for children ages 3 months - 7 years. I love kids and feel that it is a privilege to take part in shaping young lives. Throughout my life, I have naturally been in caretaker/ mentor-ship roles whether I am babysitting or tutoring students at any age. Typical babysitting tasks in which I am experienced: - getting ready in the morning (changing into day clothes, brushing teeth, eating breakfast, packing lunch, dropping off at school) - getting ready for bed (picking up from school, making dinner, feeding kids dinner, play time, homework tutoring, bathing, brushing teeth, going to bed) Additional tasks: - caring for children with eczema - giving medicine to toddlers - piano tutoring - caring for pets - cleaning - cooking I don't smoke, love all animals, and have experience caring for groups of 6-10 children at one time under the age of 6!
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Reviewed by Christy G. 5/5 stars
Monica is by far the best babysitter we have ever worked with! She watched our infant daughter while my husband and I worked full days and also during a time while we were packing to move. Moving with a baby is stressful, and I can honestly say I don't know what we would have done without Monica. Our daughter just loves her! Monica is not only highly competent and dependable, she is also caring, thoughtful, kind, and understanding. She has a calm, comforting presence, which is so reassuring and beneficial for babies and children. We can't recommend Monica enough!
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FAQs for finding piano lessons in Philadelphia

How much do piano lessons costs in Philadelphia, PA?
Hiring someone to give piano lessons in Philadelphia, PA will cost an average of $21.25 per hour as of November 2020.
How can I find someone who teaches piano lessons for kids near me? currently has 30 piano teachers in Philadelphia, PA. You can search for candidates by their distance from Philadelphia or by hourly pay rate. From there, you can compare their experience, services they offer and reviews from other families in Philadelphia that have used the same piano instructor you're interested in.
What questions should I ask someone before hiring them for piano lessons?
The goal of hiring someone to give you child piano lessons is to make them a better player, but also get along with them. Ask questions about the process each candidate uses to improve competency from the Philadelphia kids they've worked with in the past. Also ask each piano instructor about their experience working with kids close to your child's age. Finally, see how often the instructor recommends coming to your home versus giving practice piano assignments to your child to alleviate the cost.