Make a chart or table to keep track of your practices. While I recommend a journal of some sort to keep track of teaching points, I also recommend some sort of visible reward to show consistency in practice. Check off your day's practice on the chart as you put your violin away. You get a feeling of accomplishment when you can see that you haven't missed a day's practice for two, three or four weeks.

And praise your student when he achieves those goals of two or three weeks without a miss!
This is a great practice reminder.  A refrigerator magnet that frowns before practice, but turns into a smile when your student turns it around after his practice and proclaims "Practice Done."  Click either picture to have a look.


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* Violin Tips for Practice and Rehearsals.

* Violin Technique and Exercises.

* How to Care for Your Violin.

* Inspiration and Motivation for Violinists, Fiddlers, or
   Anyone Interested in Stringed Instruments.
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