Sometimes piano students have difficulty associating music in the treble clef with their right hand and music in the bass clef with their left. This short review exercise is meant to be a fun way to reinforce right = treble and left = bass for beginning piano students, as well as naming notes on the staff.
Includes two worksheets (with 6 notes on each) and solutions, as well as one page of instructions.
-Middle C, D, E, F, G (treble clef)
-Middle C, B, A, G, F, D, low C (bass clef)
Description of Exercise Scenario:
"Iris has decided to open up a bakery with her best friend, Leo. Word travels quickly and soon the bakery is flooded with orders!
The two friends have packaged up boxes of cupcakes to take to their customers and want to load up their delivery car as quickly as possible, so they have decided to carry a pile of boxes in each hand.
Inspired by her music lessons, Iris has come up with a labelling system so that they know with which hand they should carry the boxes. Boxes with treble clef notes will be carried in the right hand and boxes with bass clef notes will be carried in the left."
Students must draw a line to connect each box to the correct hand, then name the note on each box.
--All images, musical notes, etc. are either in the public domain or my own work--