Elementary Music Reading: Treble Clef Note Names and Spelling with Notes Game

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Janis Aston
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2nd - 4th
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Colorful Powerpoint presentation, Lesson Plans, Activity, and Game to introduce 2nd-6th grade elementary music students to the names of the notes on the treble staff.

Be sure to read the lesson plan! This lesson requires PRACTICE before presenting to your students. Click to add each staff line, the treble clef, line and space notes, and labels for everything. But it will be worth it!! Lots of fun! And 100% engagement.


Elementary Music game of competition, speed, and skill naming the notes on the treble staff. Use this game to reinforce the names of the treble staff notes as the students spell words that you create. Teaching Music Reading Skills.

Instructions are included for guiding your students in making Staff Sheets. Divide your class into two teams and let them use their staff sheets to discover the words you "spell" with notes using the 7-letter music alphabet.

Use this game as a follow-up activity to the Music Reading Lesson Plan and also the Music Reading Powerpoint—Note Names on the Treble Staff available in this store at Teachers Pay Teachers. Based on Standards 5 and 8 for Elementary Music.

Recommended items—Teaching Music Reading Skills Bundle.

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