Designed with the beginner band, orchestra, or choir student in mind, these references and exercises are designed to supplement your instruction in teaching musical note reading to your students. Many times, the method books that we use with our young music students do only a basic job teaching them how to read note names and may not even offer exercises to help reinforce their learning.
This packet includes references and exercises for the treble and bass clefs. It also includes references and exercises to help them better understand flats, naturals, sharps, and ledger lines.
The reference pages are designed with vibrant colors and can be used as small posters for your room, handouts for your students' music binders, or both. The exercises consist of note labeling activities to be used as music tests, quizzes, or worksheets.
These materials have helped me teach my band students to read music, and they can help your beginner band, orchestra, or choir students as well. If you enjoy using these materials in your classroom, please give them four stars!
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