Bunny Notes

Bunny Note Matching Worksheets

Maybe you remember the Bunny Bass Notes that I posted several years ago. Well, evidently my short attention span got the better of me and I never made one for the treble notes.

So, recently I decided to complete the set.  While I was at it, I remade it from the ground up.  I also made black line (black and white) for those of you without color printers. My daughter tells me I should not say “black and white” because printers cannot print white. I know that, but old habits die slowly. So all you young whipper snappers, please don’t laugh at my old terminology. It dawned on me that some of my material is older (pre-Windows!) than the teachers who are using it! So I am going to continue to update my older material to bring it into the 21st century.

There are four pages, 2 in color and 2 in black line. Select the pages you want before you print them. If you don’t know how to do that, or if you have any trouble printing, please check out my FAQ’s above. 

These printables have big staves and a big type face,  so they are great for  younger students. To save on printing, I suggest you put them into page protectors and use dry erase markers so you only have to print one copy. You can store them in a binder for use next year. However, I tried to design them so they don’t use a lot of ink so we can use them in our students’  binders.


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4 thoughts to “Bunny Note Matching Printables in Color and Black & White

  • Michael

    This is adorable, Susan. It says that this is available for students using iPads. Do you know if the PDF would show up okay for those using android tablets–like a Samsung or Nexus tablet?


    • Susan Paradis

      There probably is a way to open and annotate PDF’s on a tablet other than the iPad, but I don’t have one so I can’t help you out.

  • Dori Smith

    Is there a way to make this an interactive activity on my i-pad rather than printing it?

    Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas. My students love the games.

    • Susan Paradis

      Dori, what do you mean by interactive? You can certainly open it in your iPad and let students draw lines with their finger or a stylus. Is that what you mean?

      Thanks for the feedback about the games. I’m so glad your student like them!


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