Editable Assign Pages in Black and White

Editable B&W Assignment Page

B&W Assignment Page (ready-made)

One of the most popular downloads on my site over the years has been the black and white assignment page on my old website. Today I am posting an updated version, the one with the major and minor circle of 5th on each side of the page. This is just like the one I posted last week except there is no color, for those of you without color printers.

I made it in two versions. One is ready-made; just print and use. The other has text fields for you to label your own categories. When a PDF is “editable” this means that you can fill in specific blanks in the PDF with your own wording. You will not be able to change fonts and sizes. Lines, graphics, and words that are in the original cannot be changed. I hope the following graphic tutorial will help you personalize this PDF. Now, if you see a cute PDF form or worksheet that is “editable” you will know how to do it!

How To Use Editable PDF

 

 

 

 

 

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8 thoughts to “B&W Assignment Sheets

  • David Nguyen

    I don’t have a color printer. Your black and white assignment pages are a big help. thanks.

  • Chris

    Susan,

    What do you write in the Key line and reminder line? Do you tie it in with the lesson or the scales or arpeggios? Do you write C for the key and then mark the keys on the keyboard?

    • Susan Paradis

      Chris, I usually write the name of the scale for that week if I also add finger numbers o the tiny keyboard. I often leave this blank for older students. I use the reminder for anything I want to remember to check or ask them about the next week. It doesn’t have anything to do with the scale.

  • Cindy

    Thank you so much for making this available!

    • Susan Paradis

      You’re welcome, Cindy!

  • Marilyn Brennan

    Just fabulous. You have all the bases covered. Thanks so much!

  • Allysia

    This is excellent! Do you use these sheets when a student begins a new piece, as a way to study it first? Thanks for another great resource. 🙂

    • Susan Paradis

      Allysia, these are my student’s weekly assignment sheets. I write what they need to practice and the goals for the week. We also check off scales and other technique that they have learned.

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