These music worksheets are an excellent complement to your music classroom, offering students an engaging and hands-on approach to mastering the fundamentals of music notation. They incorporate a diverse range of exercises and activities, such as tracing and sketching line and space notes on a staff, recognizing notes, filling in color by notes, and many others. These worksheets are accessible in both print and digital versions, making them ideal for in-class use or for personal practice at home.
Line-Space (17 worksheets):
~Draw a staff worksheet and number the lines and the spaces.
~Line or space? Color the "Line" flower or the "Space" flower below the staff.
~Line or space? Write “L” for the line notes and “S” for the space notes in the given boxes.
~Line or space? Circle the line notes red and space notes yellow.
~Color the insects: with notes on the line red, with notes in the space orange, with notes off the staff yellow.
~Trace the music notes on the staff.
~Trace the lines. Trace the line notes below then circle the number where the note is placed.
~Trace the spaces. Trace the space notes below then circle the number where the note is placed.
~Draw the notes on the following lines.
~Draw the notes in the following spaces.
~Which insect? Color the insect on the correct line or in the correct space.
~Lines and Spaces. Write a note on the correct line or in the correct space.
~Musical Coloring page 1. Line notes and Space notes (2 colors)
~Musical Coloring page 2. Line notes, Space notes and notes off the staff (3 colors).
~Musical Coloring page 3. Space notes (4 colors).
~Musical Coloring page 4. Line notes (5 colors).
~Musical Coloring page 5. Line and Space notes (9 colors).
High-Low (3 worksheets)
~High or low? Color the higher “note” red and lower “note” yellow. Then use the letters H and L to indicate “notes” in the given boxes.
~High or low? Circle the highest pitch on the staff. Draw an arrow to indicate whether the second note higher or lower in pitch than the first note.
~I can! Draw a note on the indicated line or space. Then circle the highest note you drew on the staff.