These two worksheets for treble clef note name practice have an added bonus: if you play them, they make a melody! The melody will probably be too difficult for your students to play, especially on recorder, but if you play it for them they will be very impressed.
These note name worksheets, like all of my music notation worksheet products, are intended to look like real music (not circles on a staff) so that students can learn to read music in the most natural way. They encompass middle C through high G.
The two sheets can be printed on one piece of paper and cut in half.
I made these for my fourth graders, but any group that is learning how to read treble clef note names can use them.