Build your students’ note reading skills with the Treble Clef Note Reading charts. They are a perfect resource for any music classroom!
Use them as anchor charts posted around the classroom. They also work well in music notebooks or classroom resource packs. I have included the most commonly used ledger line notes. There are two versions for the line notes- Every Good Boy Does Fine and Every Good Burger Deserves Fries.
How I use them:
My students refer to them to identify note names. I use the mnemonic sayings as I tap my fingers using the hand-staff strategy. My students demonstrate faster recall and greater accuracy as a result.
Getting my young students to be able to read notes with sufficient fluency in order to perform is always one of my greatest challenges. The Treble Clef Note Reading charts are a huge help in supporting my students as they build their accuracy and speed in recognizing note names. I hope these charts will be as helpful for your students!