Beginner’s Piano Practice Feedback Loop

Practice is all about self-assessment. We need to keep asking ourselves questions to get to the route cause of issues we’re having in our pieces.

Piano practice feedback loop

Beginning piano student feedback loop

This can be a difficult process for our young students to master, how do we stop them mindlessly repeating their pieces and get them to really focus on making progress?


(Click on the image to download the pdf.)

This piano practice feedback loop printable is such a fun way to get kids thinking, and it always makes them giggle!

It’s also a great way to get your non-musical parents involved in practice time, giving them questions to ask their child so they don’t feel like a bystander.

If you’re looking for more creative ways to enhance practice time, check out Playful Practice and Pensive Practice, the cards that lead to efficient and thoughtful practice.

How do you get your kids to practice efficiently?

Do you get the piano parents involved somehow? Ask students to fill in a practice log?I’d love to hear your ideas!

By the way, have you tried these practice step stickers? These are a real game changer for piano teachers. 🙂

6 thoughts on “Beginner’s Piano Practice Feedback Loop”

  1. I love this sheet but there is a typo in the box that says ‘Can you play it hands together SLOWLY with all the dyanmics’ ..which should be dynamics. Found your site recently and it has lots of great information.


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