She most certainly has a great starting point to start from. I think the most important advice is to make sure to support her career equipment wise from a young age. What I mean by that is to make sure to get a quality pro shop that knows what they're doing to put her in a proper weight , fit etc. As she grows, make sure her fit changes with her.
I would also, were she my child, make sure that she understands the importance of throwing plastic at spares and becoming accurate with it. By doing so. she will have a tremendous advantage later in life of having thrown at specific spares for years and years and essentially take a lot of difficulty out of patterns. Straight at spares (namely single pins) removes the pattern from play. Along with this, just make sure she's learning and at a rate that she's comfortable with and make sure you provide her with what she needs to be confident in her abilities. I think often times watching pro's on TV will give her a goal to get to and does in a sense provide info like watching film would for a football player.
Support though is most important.
What a beautiful game though at such a young age. I think she's got some God given talent, just provide her with the tools she needs to work.
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