[Not Editable] Student Challenge Chart

[Personalize on your computer] Fillable Student Challenge Chart

Today I am posting two versions of a chart to make a list of students in your studio. I made two versions. The first one is blank so you can hand write your students’ names. The second one is editable in Adobe Reader. I use the editable one for my theory challenge because it is a really easy and fast way to make a student chart.

The dates and title of the chart can also be edited. I use the date of the beginning of each week because there is not enough room to add the month.

You can use this for any kind of studio-wide activity, such as a practice challenge, theory challenge, scale challenge, or sight reading challenge. It can be used for anything where you need a checklist or even to keep attendance or to assign music.  You can name the editable chart anything you wish and type anything that will fit into the text fields. If you can’t fit something in, you can change the size of the font. Be sure to delete “Student Name” (select>delete) if you have less than 21 students.

I hope you find these charts helpful!

Directions to Personalize the Chart

If you wish to change the font, color, and size, follow the directions below. You must use Adobe Reader DC which is free to  download from the web .  If you are having trouble opening this file in Adobe Reader, this link might help.

Directions for a PC

  • Download and save the PDF file. Open it in Adobe Reader DC.
  • Select the text you wish to edit.
  • Click Control E and the text properties box will open.
  • In the font box, you will be able to change the font, the color of the font, and the size of the font. You do not need to, however.

Directions for a Mac

  • Download and save the file. Open it in Adobe Reader DC. Do not use Preview.
  • Select the text you wish to edit.
  • Right click on the selected text.  A menu box will open. Select “Hyperlink.”
  • The Form Field Text Properties menu will open. Select Font to change the color and size, but you do not need to.




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5 thoughts to “Student Challenge Chart to Edit or Print by Hand

  • Marcia Vahl

    Susan, I love the chart! I’m wondering if you could make an individual chart, to use for listing specific pieces learned for a 30 or 40 piece challenge, with the cute graphics you had on the group chart. I would love that! I’m thinking it could look exactly like the group chart, only instead of a grid, just have blank lines to list pieces.

  • Donna

    Love! So versatile! I can use for all kinds of challenges!

    • Susan Paradis

      Thanks, Donna! Glad you like it!

  • Susan McGuire

    Thank you Susan. I titled my first chart. Made 5 practices and will give a prize to students who get stars on 9 of the 13 weeks.

    • Susan Paradis

      You’re welcome, Susan. I’m glad it can come in handy!


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