The Post-it Brand has compensated me to create a fun DIY project using products from the new Post-it Study collection. I came up with how to make an organized music practice binder because my son plays piano and I needed to get his binder more organized to easily keep track of his practice records, music, and music rewards.
DIY Organized Music Practice Binder Tutorial
Organized Music Practice Binder Materials:
- Weekly Practice Sheets (So the teacher can write the assignment for the week and your child can record what they did each day.)
- Sheet Music
- A few sheets of white paper
- Hole punch
- Post-it Study Notes
- Post-it Study Pocket
- Post-it Study Binder Tabs
Instructions For How To Make An Organized Music Practice Binder:
First gather all your materials together. I gathered my son too so that he could learn the value of organization and how it is done while we worked together on his piano practice binder.
We created my son’s Music Practice Binder cover using a sheet of white paper and the Post-it Study Notes. We used the Post-it Study Notes and a marker to clearly mark my son’s name and the purpose of the book. My son then continued using the Post-it Study Notes to label things all over the toy room. That boy cracks me up!
Next we added the Post-it Study Pocket to the front of the binder. This was a simple step but I am so excited about it because it holds my son’s music practice money that he earns when his teacher can tell he has been doing well with his practices. (Before we had the super nifty Post-it Study Pocket, we kept it in a handy Ziploc bag but it was always falling out of his binder and getting lost.)
Behind the Post-it Study Pocket we added in the hole punched music sheets.
Then we used a sheet of hole punched paper to create a divider to separate his hole punched sheet music. We added a Post-it Study Binder Tab to make it easy to spot the division.
That is it. You are done! Sit back and enjoy the benefits of having an organized music practice binder. You may also enjoy tips for getting your kids to practice for their music lessons. What instrument does your child play and how long have they been taking lessons?