Color-by-Note | Treble Clef Note Names Worksheet Bundle

Want to make learning your note names fun? You don’t need to spend hours flipping through flash cards to try to memorize your treble clef note names. This color-by-note worksheet pack includes five worksheets that help kids to memorize note names as they do what they love to do most – color! Kid pick a space to color, match the alphabet letter to a music note, and then grab their crayons.

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Color-by-Note | Treble Clef Note Names Worksheet Bundle

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Color-by-Note Bundle Includes:

Clown Fish Note Name Worksheet
Let’s Have a Party (Cake w/Stars) Note Name Worksheet
Ice Cream Note Name Worksheet
Circus Clown Note Name Worksheet
Bumblebee with Beehive Note Name Worksheet

Color-by-Note | Treble Clef Note Names Worksheet Bundle

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5 Ways To Learn To Read Notes On The Staff

There are so many ways to teach kids to read music. Some teachers believe mnemonics is the way to go, while others support the tried-and-true flash card method.

I think Trevor from TeachPianoToday.com said it best when he wrote:

The truth is… everyone is right and everyone is wrong.

Kids learn differently. What works for one child, doesn’t work best for another.

Check out their awesome full post – 5 Ways To Recognize One Note – How To Read Notes On The Staff – at TeachPianoToday.com

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Flash Frog™ | Free Printable Music Flashcards for Beginners
Free Music Memory Game | Treble Clef Note Names
Pirate Quest | Basic Music Terms Game (Free, Printable)
Music for Little Mozarts | iPad App Review
Carnegie Hall Park (Matchbox Parking) | Music Theory Board Game

 

 

Music Memory Game | Treble Clef Note Names

Do you kids or students need some help with note naming? This memory game is a fun addition to your note naming drill strategies.

First, drill the note names with your student by laying the cards on the table face up. Select a set of notes to drill. If your student is just beginning, a set of 5 cards – C-G – may be all you want to drill. Ask them to combine the cards in pairs – the F note with the F card – until all the cards are paired.

Next, shuffle the cards and place them on the table face down. Playing against your student, begin the matching game. Take turns flipping the cards over, trying to find pairs and remember where all the cards are. The player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins the game.

Free Printable Game

Memory (Concentration) Game | Treble Clef Note Names

 

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Flash Frog™ | Free Printable Music Flashcards for Beginners
Pirate Quest | Basic Music Terms Game (Free, Printable)
Music for Little Mozarts | iPad App Review
Carnegie Hall Park (Matchbox Parking) | Music Theory Board Game

Pirate Quest | Basic Music Terms Game (Printable Board Game)

Here’s game you teacher can play with their students during piano lab time, or just with the family. Provided in the printable download is a game board, musical term cards, “Jump the Plank” cards and an answer sheet.

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Pirate Quest | Music Terms Game

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About this Activity
Ahoy there, Matey! Want to add some swashbuckling fun to your music theory skill building efforts? PirateQuest™ provides young musicians with a pirate-themed game board and 30 basic music term cards to drill and practice. Mix and match the question cards to drill the musical terms they need to know. When they’ve mastered the first set, grab a new set of terms.

Pirate Quest | Music Terms Game

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Flash Frog™ | Free Printable Music Flashcards for Beginners
Pirate Quest | Music Terms Board Game (Digital Print)
Music for Little Mozarts | iPad App Review
Carnegie Hall Park (Matchbox Parking) | Music Theory Board Game

Music for Little Mozart’s | iPad App Review

Looking for an app to drill basic theory skills? Music for Little Mozart’s iPad app from Alfred Music is a great pick for beginning students.

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Review

The app provides drill and practice activities for:

  • Distinguishing between High and Low Sounds
  • Melodic Direction (Up or Down)
  • Rhythmic Identification (Simple Rhythms)
  • Notes Naming Skill Development

Other notable features for this app include a point system rewards students for correct answers, and cute watercolor animals that are sure to be a hit with kids. It would be nice to see app developed that meet the growing needs of students as they progress through the Alfred series piano books.

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Music for Little Mozart’s App

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Silent Night | Beginner Piano Sheet Music
10 Beginner Piano Pieces Kids Love to Play
Amazing Grace | Free Beginner and Easy Piano Sheet Music
Free Beginner Piano Duets Sheet Music
Free Sheet Music for Piano | Great Composers for Little Fingers

Flash Frog™ | Music Flash Cards for Beginners

Are your kids just getting started with music? MakingMusicFun.net has a set of flash cards that are super cute that you can download for FREE.

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Flash Frog™ Music Flashcards

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About these Flashcards
Flash Frog™ flashcards drill note names, basic rhythms, basic dynamics and a few more musical symbols that are commonly seen in beginning music books. They’re perfect for the beginning piano student, but can also be used with recorder and guitar students as well. You can also use the cards to play a matching game, or print two sets and play “Go Fish”.

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Memory Concentration Game | Music Game (Note Names)

Toss the music flash cards. It’s time to play games!

These printable Memory (Concentration) games from MakingMusicFun.net add fun to your note name drills, while accomplishing the very thing you wanted too – learning note names.

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Memory (Concentration) Game | Treble Clef
Memory (Concentration) Game | Bass Clef
Memory (Concentration) Game | Viola (Alto) Clef

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Begin by selecting 16 cards (8 note cards and 8 alphabet letter cards). Then test your memory and your ability identify the notes of the treble, bass or viola clef. The player with the most pairs of matching cards at the end of the game wins. For two or more players. One player could race the clock, trying to beat a previous time.

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