Sometimes I forget that the kid’s forms are every bit as detailed and complicated as the adult forms. There are subtleties that are easy to overlook. There are movements that are readily omitted.
This shouldn’t be the case. There is every reason to expect students, regardless of age, to look for detail and push their ability to focus.
It is nice, however, to teach the kid’s forms to the adults and have them ask me lots of questions. It is a great way to be reminded of how many ways I can help the kids polish their forms.