Zoo Incentive Sticker Poster
Do your students love to practice scales? Well, we all know the answer to that! BUT you can incentivize them to want to practice scales.
As students fill up their posters with these 60 colorful stickers, they are motivated to keep progressing until they truly have mastered their scales.
The poster is for students of all instruments: piano, strings, recorder, woodwinds...any instrument that uses scales as foundational for building excellent technique.
one of the categories in (Five-Note Patterns, One Octave Scales, Two Octave
Scales and/or Arpeggios) and place the corresponding title stickers above the Circle of Fifths title.
beginning one of the major keys, place a yellow “light” sticker at the position
closest to the center of the Ferris Wheel to show that they have begun learning
that key center.
Suggested ways of earning the three yellow
stars are earned as students can play three consecutive scale patterns (move clockwise)
in a row. Fireworks stickers can be earned for playing learning six consecutive
scales and/or arpeggios.
Schools and Group Classes
class has their own poster. The individual classes compete against each other
to earn the most stickers as a class. Even though classes may be at different
levels, they can still compete against each other with beginners learning
five-note patterns and the most advance learning two octave scales and
and Orchestra Classes
a contest between sections of the band or orchestra. Set group goals for each
semester. Possible orchestra divisions:
Possible band divisions:
vs Brass (percussion on bells or xylophone.)
and oboes, clarinets and saxophones, high brass, low brass