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VOTD: Legendary fifth grader Kid beatboxes while playing the recorder with his nose


This Kid is a rockstar!

Is this the new curriculum in school?! Well I remember when we all had to learn the recorder in elementary school and we thought it was really lame?

If only we knew we could turn this kid’s’ talent into something truly brilliant with a little extra effort. This fifth grader not only plays the recorder through his nose!!, but also drops some sick beatboxing skills at the same time. And he’s super proud of it, as he should be. How well a kid  learns in elementary school is, of course, to a great extent, down to the teacher. Now the question is where did this kid learn or got this ability? in school or his parents? Well it does not really matter I guess  because this kid is an absolute talent! Obviously this kid showed a heightened level of interest in Music, he has the makings of an artist/Musician indeed.It only proves that talent need not always be present only in conventional fields like drawing or singing.

Knowing that your kid is exceptionally gifted or talented in any field is a source of great pride for any parent, but it is also a tremendous responsibility. Once the area of potential is identified, steps can be taken to develop and nurture that talent. As the saying goes “Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates. There’s plenty of movement, but you never know if it’s going to be forward, backwards, or sideways.” Children’s method of practicing, dealing with success, failure, and criticisms all play a vital part in the likelihood of achieving greatness.

Now parents  remember do not judge or comment negatively upon your kid’s talents else they lose motivation and allow your kid to savor his pursuits without putting any demands on him.

One thing we can say is this KID is a recorder-playing legend and we bow down to his greatness.





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