Motivation Programs

Fun and Effective

Motivate students to practice or complete goals in this fun and effective program!

Solid Instructional Design

Programs are based on solid instructional design theory, encouraging and rewarding students at just the right intervals.

Educational

Students learn additional music history, theory and more during their journey!

Teacher and Parent Approved

Both teachers and parents love how these programs motivate practice and have noticed results!

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What People are Saying About Our Motivation & Incentive Programs

“Hailey can’t stop talking about “A Walk on the Wild Side” game.  It seems our whole family has heard about it, as well as Hailey’s friends at school.  The game has REALLY motivated her to practice more frequently.  Each week before her piano lesson, she tries to figure out if she’ll be hitting any milestones so she can earn a prize.  She absolutely loves this game and my husband and I are super excited that you have incorporated it into your studio program.”  Sonya, parent in Southern California

“Michelle, your creative talents have made my life so much easier and the studio so much more exciting.  Keep up the good work!” Katherine H., teacher in Nebraska

“Parents are talking about this game at the local girl scout meetings and at school drop off and pick ups.  It actually has brought me a new student recently, because students are so excited by it”.  D. Rosen, teacher in Southern California

I have all your game boards. Thanks for all you do! These games are tremendously helpful to my studio! Joy T.

You saved my student!  I had the new game chart on my wall and the assignment books ready for my students this afternoon. One of my best students who is entering 2nd grade (she just made a 94 on the RCM Music Development Preparatory B assessment) told me that she and her mother had been talking about possibly quitting piano, because she didn’t want to practice every day. She came for her lesson today and saw the new game board on the wall and said to her mother on the way to the piano, “I can’t quit. I have to complete this chart”. How about that! One never knows what might make the difference in a child’s motivation. Thank you so much for your work.  Sam M