I have been asked if I would consider teaching singing in some capacity to a couple of sisters. This would be pro-bono as the parents are in no position to afford lessons. Without going into details, I would be prepared to give it a try.
My background is around 45 years of singing in choirs, some solo work and a couple of years of lessons plus organ and piano playing, I have done some choir training before but not with young voices.
I haven't spoken to the parents yet to see what their expectations are but for now I am wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of typical resources that are used for this age group.
I can source suitable songs and do things like breathing, warm-up and pitching exercises but if there are common resources in use it would be useful to know).
Do you normally introduce music theory and score reading early on?
Are there any other things I should include in lessons (e.g. learning games)
Should I decline outright? (I would be loathe to do this as I think some lessons, even from a novice teacher would be better than none.)
Any advice/info welcome