A full enharmonic table that includes all 7 sharp/flat note name combinations. Table is divided left for sharp note names to flat names and right for flat note names to sharp names. Includes: (on the left) A#/Bb, B#/C, C#/Db, etc. and ends (on the right) Eb/D#, Fb/E, Gb/F#. This chart is explained in conjunction with enharmonic presentations in the book, the students' fingering chart in their book, a music staff (usually drawn on the board), and given to the students as a hand out. It is also posted right above my head on the wall so that students can refer to it whenever they start to ask, "What is the enharmonic for a D#?" Some teachers call these "anchor charts." This has proven to be an excellent tool for reinforcing enharmonic notes. It also allows for teaching E#/F, Fb/E, B#/C, and Cb/B, which may not be in all band books.