I feel it is very important that my vocal students learn some basic piano skills so they are able to lead warm-ups, etc. Scales and aural intervals are loosely based on the Royal Conservatory of Music’s program. I add a few additional skills that I want my students to learn.
The first page is designed to be a cover. I put the student’s name in the white space. The frames below each key or interval are large enough to hold small star stickers as things are completed. I print out all the pages and use a binding machine to make books but you could also put them in a 3-ring binder or just hand them out as needed.
I ask students to color something each day they complete the day’s specific practice task. I only ask my students to practice 5 days a week so that is why there are only 5 tasks and 5 items to color on each page. You may wish to number the items so they correlate with the practice tasks more directly.
Notation is printed in red for right hand and blue for left hand. I have also included a keyboard that can be written on (note names/ finger numbers) to help those not reading notes yet.
I have also included additional stars and popcorn in case your students (like some of mine) need to repeat something an additional week. These can be cut and pasted or just colored on the additional pages. They could also be printed on sticker paper.