Someone once told me when I was first learning what chords were that they looked like snowmen. Having that familiar visual to hang on to when I was learning about this complicated subject was incredibly helpful! So I decided to keep using it when I became a teacher.
I designed this for fourth graders, but Chord Composition is something that I don't remember learning in the school system that I grew up in until high school, so I figured it's appropriate for all age ranges. (Yes, older ones will think Snowmen graphics are goofy, but it will still be helpful to them.)
The first page of this 5-page Power Point Presentation gives the students the Directions, because there really was no room for them on the actual worksheet.
The second page is the answer key.
The third page is the handout for the students, and the fourth page is the back of the handout so it can be printed front and back.
The last page is a slide that can be left up on the projecting surface so that when the students are trying to solve the 2 Examples on the back of the hand out, they don't have to flip back and forth to see the answers. You can also print this out and have it up in places around the room.