During 32 years of teaching music, I have found that students respond to fun, non stressful activities when learning to read music notation. This Treble Clef Design Color/Worksheet is perfect for the music classroom or private studio. It is also a great activity to leave for a substitute to keep students engaged in learning or as a center activity.
Consider this color/worksheet as learning task, fun practice activity or assessment. Students color the treble clefs in the design according to notes on the staff labeled with colors. The 2nd page allows students to design the rest of the color sheet themselves while they identify basic rhythm note values 16th notes and eighth rests are introduced but not part of the worksheet.
- treble clef lines and spaces note names
- basic rhythm note values in 4/4 time: whole, dotted half, half, quarter, half, whole and quarter rests
- number of beats in 4/4 time each of the above notes receives
- 16th notes and eighth notes are briefly introduced in a question
- help sheet is included with information needed to complete the color/worksheet
-tips and ideas on how to use the worksheet
Learning music theory concepts can be tedious, but when students participate in multiple types of fun learning activities with lots of repetition, the learning is fast, sustainable and enjoyable! If you the teacher provide repetition in a fun way, soon your students will understand new music theory concepts and identify notes and symbols quickly.
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