These Valentine's Day-inspired music worksheets are an excellent resource for improving your student's musical abilities. Featuring a collection of 20 worksheets, students can engage in activities that allow them to practice identifying pitches on lines and spaces, and distinguishing high and low pitches. These worksheets are designed to be fun and engaging, making music theory a breeze for learners. Best of all, they require no preparation time, which is perfect for busy teachers looking to provide quality music education. These worksheets are perfect for students of all ages and can be utilized in either a classroom or remote learning setting.
Line-Space (17 worksheets):
~Draw a Music staff and number the lines and the spaces.
~Line or space? Color the “Line” valentine or the “Space” valentine 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 green.
~Color the sweets: with notes on the line red, with notes in the space pink, 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 note? Color the “note” 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 is 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.