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Study/Practice Chart
Name:_____________________________________________________
Subject:____________________________________
month
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Study/Practice Chart
Name:_____________________________________________________
Subject:____________________________________
month
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
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How to use your Study/Practice Chart
Learning anything takes time. But it is not just how many hours you study or practice, but how many days. So when you
want to learn something new this chart can help you focus on your goal and keep track of your study habits.
To get started, print the chart and write your name and what you want to learn at the top. Then fill in the months of the
year starting with this month in the blank spaces on the right hand side. Now you have a calendar that you can use to
check off every day that you make some progress towards your goal. After every practice or study session you can fill in
the box representing that day with an ʻXʼ or a star or you can have a parent or teacher initial the space for you.
Your goal is to fill in as many spaces as you can by practicing every day. If you skip a day you wonʼt be able to fill it in
later, so put this chart in a place where you can see it every day as a reminder. Even if you donʼt have time for a full study
session, take 10 minutes to review what you did during your last session. If you donʼt have the equipment or space to
practice your skill every day find some books about the subject to learn all you can about getting better at what you do.
It is hard to guess how long it takes to learn any skill, but the best and fastest way is to make steady progress every day.
Learning information is a combination of reading new material and reviewing what youʼve read before. Read old chapters
from your textbooks again and read ahead too! Quiz yourself occasionally to see how well youʼre learning. It will help to
train your brain to remember what youʼve learned.
You can use this chart to learn ANYTHING! You can even learn more then one thing at once. Just print multiple study
charts and practice each subject every day.
Look at your chart from time to time to see how well you are doing. Are your days mostly full or mostly blank? Do you
need to change your habits to be able to fill in more days? What happened on the days you left blank to keep you from
studying? Is your goal still important enough to you to keep trying? Give yourself a reward for practicing 10 days in a row.
Wanting to do something and actually doing it are two different things. Use this chart to help you get off the couch and
start learning what you want today!
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What do you want to learn more than anything?
skydiving
How hard are you willing to work for it?
skateboarding
Do you want it enough to keep trying tomorrow?
drawing
And the next day and the day after that?
acting
dancing
Here are just a few things you can learn using this
singing
practice chart.
Learning information:
Changing Behaviors:
a new language
eating healthy snacks
science
regular exercise
reading
reading a good book every day
computer programming
going to bed on time
history
getting to school on time
geography
saving money
auto repair
cleaning
law
studying before playing
medicine
being polite
Practicing Skills:
What else could you learn?
math skills
Write them down here.
playing an instrument
riding a bicycle
___________________________________________
juggling
balancing
___________________________________________
sports
games
___________________________________________
sewing
cooking
___________________________________________
creative writing
gardening
___________________________________________
carpentry
flying a plane
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