200 Days of Practice!

Each year, I introduce a new challenge for my students to engage in. At the end of the school year, the students who attained the goal are honored with a trophy! For the 2014 – 2015 school year, my challenge to each student in my studio is to practice 200 days from September – May! This comes out to approximately 5-6 days per week. Each day they practice, they will fill in a star on the chart below (click to download and print). The first student to reach 200 days will receive special recognition! Parents, please hold your children accountable by having them come to you first before they fill in the star.

 

If you would like to use other charts, I have found a few others online that might appealing. I’m looking forward to a successful year of practice!

 

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200 Days of Practice: the practice shoppe

 

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All Star Recital Practice: Ear Training and Improv

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Planes and Jets Theme: Kids Pointz

 

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Coloring Music Chart: ABCTEACH

 

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Flowers Practice Sheet: Susan Paradis

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Practice Sticker Charts: Making Music Fun

 

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Music Practice: Chart Jungle

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About Expressive Keys

Teaching piano and synthesizer allows me the opportunity to inspire students to pursue the art of music. My passion is to train musicians in classical, modern and worship music. View all posts by Expressive Keys

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