Every Simply Music student must learn how to use and manage their playlist effectively, and efficiently, in order to do well at the piano. There are so many approaches to doing your playlist, yet there is one constant in all approaches: daily, consistent record keeping while practicing.
Within just a year of lessons, you will discover that the single playlist page you began using in level 1 is close to being "not enough" to list ALL your songs! Assuming that you have been using your playlist correctly, and all the songs on it are alive and well and fluent, it's time to begin combining songs on a single line on the playlist in order to keep it at a single page. (for ex: Dreams, Dreams on D, Dreams accomp, Dreams 2, and Dreams 3)
Potluck Creative Arts has posted an exhaustive list of the combinations you can consider per line. While Mark uses different abbreviations with his students, you can get some great ideas on how to combine multiple songs in a single line in your playlist. GO HERE for Mark's suggestions.