Blank Staff for iPad

Blank Staff for iPad or Print

This is a black and white line drawing of a staff that I made especially to use on an iPad. Students can practice drawing notes, accidentals, and clefs. This document can also be printed for drawing and coloring. So if you don’t have an iPad you can still use it.

Many iPad apps have the ability to write on documents. Over the past 5 or so years I have tried out many different ones. Some have free versions for you to try out. Some allow you to record audio instructions. My suggestion is to find one you like, but be open for new features that are in different programs.

Why would you want to use a worksheet on an iPad?

  • To go paperless and save ink.
  • To store them in your iPad and save space in your studio.
  • To have them easily available when you need them.
  • It’s more fun for students.

If you are in the Dallas area and are interested in attending an interactive morning iPad workshop, send me an email and I will put you on the waiting list.

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9 thoughts to “Blank Staff for iPad or Print

  • Angela

    Thanks! That’s awesome!

    • Susan Paradis

      You’re very welcome. I hope it is something you can use.

  • Rebecca

    Thank you so much! I just installed Mobile Note. But I can’t find the colors. Any suggestions?

    • Susan Paradis

      Mobile Note is not one that I’ve ever used. But usually if you select the drawing tool and hold down your finger on it, a box with the colors and size of the lines (you want to draw or write) will pop up. If that doesn’t help, you can usually contact the app developer.

  • Kathy Williamson

    Thanks Susan! I imported it to Notability and have it ready to use at today’s lessons!

    • Susan Paradis

      You’re welcome.That is good to know! Notability is a good one!

  • Jane knowles

    Thank you for the stave, great idea.

  • Jeanne

    Thank you for the staff paper. The harder thing is finding a program that works with it and figuring out how to get it in the app. You say you’ve found some apps that work. Which ones do you use, and what other ones have you found? And how did you get the paper into the app? That would be very helpful!

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