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Kids control their time with their very own music practice chart. Listen as they take responsibility with this original Crayola® activity.
Using Crayola Washable Markers write "My Practice Chart" at the top of a piece of posterboard. Use a ruler to draw a line under your poster title.
Next, draw vertical lines from the bottom of the paper to the horizontal line. These are the white keys of the piano where you will record the names of the musical pieces that you practice.
To make the piano's black keys, draw rectangles from the top horizontal line in the middle of every other white key.
Lightly color in the black keys with Crayola Colored Pencils. You will write the length of your practice sessions for each song on the corresponding black keys.
Jazz up your chart with Crayola Glitter Glue designs and lettering.
Tie a ribbon around a Crayola Fine Line Marker and tape it to the chart to record practice times and songs.
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