It is important to introduce this from the first lesson! (No matter what age). Regular practice will help them to retain the information and doing so will make it easier for them to learn pieces of music. It will also help them start sight reading (a useful skill that should be worked on from the beginning).
~1. Line Notes. Can you name these line notes? Write the correct answer below the staff.
~2. Space Notes. Can you name these space notes? Write the correct answer below the staff.
~3. Identify the Pitch. Identify the pitch on each staff. Write your answer under each staff.
~4. Create the Pitch. Draw the pitch on the staff as indicated below.
~5. Pitch Names. Identify the pitches on the line below each “note”.
~6. Create the Pitches. Draw the pitch on the staff as indicated on the line below.
~7. Color the“Notes”. Color the “notes” on the staff using the color key.
~8. Match it! Match the notes to the correct letters.
~9. Color by Treble Pitch. Color the picture using the color key.
~10. Color by Treble Pitch. Make your own color key and color the picture.
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This worksheet set takes no prep – just print and copy. This set can be used in private music lessons, classrooms, group lessons, sub plans, as homework and more! You can either complete it together or let them take it home to be done in between lessons.
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