I try to include Sight Reading, Note Recognition Practice, Rhythm Practice and Scales in each group lesson. My iPad and my Piano Workout cards play a big part in my success in doing this.
On the Piano Bingo board we have the following tasks:
Students are always excited to make a Bingo. Often they ask if they can work on a specific square during the lesson because completing that task will give them a Bingo.
Next year, I am modifying the board to include more pieces to learn on their own and more performance squares. I'm probably going to do away with the "prize per bingo" and replace it with a decorated noticeboard showing the student with the most Bingos. Students are always proud to see their name on the Winners Board.
9/5/2022 09:21:25 pm
This is awesome - thank you so much for all these ideas! When I was thinking about an incentive for the year, Bingo came to mind, so I’m excited to see your ideas along with the A Train and the cat coins. Simple and effective.
9/5/2022 09:43:48 pm
Glad you find these ideas useful, Sharon. I’m always looking for inexpensive reward programs 😊
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