Robot Practice Chart

Robot Practice Chart

Robot Practice Chart

One of my piano parents asked if I had a practice chart for her son. Actually I did, since I seem to have all kinds of things sitting in my files from years past but it wasn’t very appealing.  So I drew some robots, a favorite with boys, and added a piano border. I’m sharing with you today.

If you want a chart for young girls who are just not into robots, hold on. In the next few days I will post a very “girly” practice chart with lots of pink and purple!

[Edited: You can find a practice chart with lots of flowers here.]

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11 Responses to Robot Practice Chart

  1. Drema

    Thanks Susan! I love so many things you design and have been able to use a lot of them for my studio! Lately, I’m trying to create my own sheets in MS Word but was wondering what program you use to be able to draw illustrations on your resources.

  2. Leanne Lee

    Love it! My son will LOVE this! (And I’m looking forward to the girly one for my daughter!)

  3. I don’t have any little boys just now but a 6 yo girl who loves pink and purple. She’ll love a new practice chart! Thanks Susan.

  4. Susan Brown

    I love everything you post on here…… are amazing with your ideas!!!

  5. robin

    Wow! Thank you. You are a saint. Thank you Thank you.

  6. Your illustrations are always such fun! I’ve spent the past couple of days trying to design a practice log for my students as well (although it’s much less visually appealing). I was just wondering, what do you expect your students to write in the little bubbles? A number of minutes? On mine I’ve put less emphasis on time practiced and more on goals achieved.

    • susanparadis

      I designed it to be a check on the days practiced, because like you, I feel it’s more the quality than the quantity. But, since I made this chart for parents to use, they know best how their child works! Some parents may want to record the minutes.
      Thanks for the nice comments on the artwork. I really tried hard to make it look fun!

  7. Keri Salustri

    Love it!! Can’t wait for the girlie one!!!! My students can’t wait to try to make it into the One Minute Club too. They’re working hard!!! Thank you!!!

    Sent from my iPad

    • susanparadis

      You’re welcome, Keri. Learning notes seems to be such a chore from some students. The just are not visual learners. But I see such great improvement when they finally know where all the notes are on the piano, quickly.