These charts are used for students to fill in note names for the first four keys learned. I also have students label finger numbers next to the bubbles, and mark the half steps.
This can be printed front and back as one page that students keep in their binder and work on gradually as they learn new keys. I also like to use this in private lessons and with older students as review for those students who have already learned all of these keys. It's a great summer work handout for that purpose.
Includes violin, viola, cello, bass.
There are three options for bassists:
Option 1 (what I use for beginners) includes only 3rd position on the G string.
Option 2 (which I use for more advanced students) includes 3rd position on every string
Option 3 is if you use finger tapes for 2 & 4 in third position. In my district we tape fingers 1 & 4 in both first and third positions.