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Hope this helps
Make sure the draw length is right for her
Even 15 to 20lbs may be considered – make it easy for her to shoot and it will be more fun for her – she’s only shooting 10 yards now
Use a larger peep to enable her to catch on and aim well
Actually a simple sight with a pin guard with one fiber optic pin set for 10 yards will get her shooting for a few years before she needs to shoot at 15 or 20 yards
Good quality carbon arrows – they won’t bend when pulled out of the backstops for the most part.
Keep the mindset as being a fun hobby and not something that you want for her versus what she wants to do.
Shooting at balloons in the bullseye seems to start the drive to aim well and see results
You can start her with a release, some folks start their kids out shooting with fingers but most switch in time anyways, this will also eliminate the sore finger – hang up the bow syndrome. Just make sure it’s a youth model and not some big adult strap and release that someone tried to make fit because she’s just a kid and it won’t matter – because it does.
You may want to check to see her eye dominance (right handed vs left handed) this may help in eliminating her struggling while trying to aim thus eliminating any frustration that could build
Keep it simple
Correct draw length
Simple one pin sight – that you can see works well – avoid plastic models
Remember let her shoot if she wants versus what you want to of her
With all this and a good youth program or coach she will have a great future in archery.