"Johnny, did you practice piano today?" "Rachael, did you play through your violin lesson?" "Jenni, I haven't heard any cello today!"
Is this you trying to get your kids to practice?!! This is the toughest part of lessons, I think, and nobody wants to waste time or money if students don't practice. A lot of this accountability falls on parents so anything that can help is GREAT!
This practice chart will help you map out one month's worth of progress. In addition, you can keep track of all of the other musical skills you are studying such as technique, theory, and listening. Lastly, if you've never written out a Repertoire List, then you must start one! A Repertoire List keeps track of all of your hard work. List out all of the pieces you've memorized, or performed, or can read all the way through with flow. Also list out your very own compositions.
Parents can decide if they also want to incorporate a reward system! Stickers are great.
This PDF prints out on standard 8.5X11 paper or use on iPad with Apple Pen and Adobe Acrobat. 3 pages.