Clover Full Of Notes

Here is a worksheet I made in black and white back when I taught music ed. I’ve updated it by adding colored patterns. However, after going through so much ink this year myself, and from your comments, I carefully made this to save ink.  I used dots and lines instead of full color, and that really does save ink! Another way to cut ink use in half is to use my printer’s “fast” setting. It’s not as vivid, but it works.

Students fill out each layer with eighth, quarter, or half notes to equal a whole note. It’s similar to the rhythm circle I posted years ago, but more fun. Here is how to fill it out. It’s a lot easier to show than explain!

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7 thoughts to “Clover Full of Notes – a St. Patrick’s Day Worksheet

  • Tianna

    Love this worksheet! I used this (and the previous Christmas tree coloring sheet) to implement a coloring contest for my students–they love it!

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    • susanparadis

      Thanks So much! Glad you like it!

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  • Hannah

    That is so cute! Thank you for making an ink friendly version. 🙂

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    • Hannah

      I printed a b & w version of this and my students loved coloring it green. Thank you!

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  • Anonymous

    I love the change in color, using dots and light stripes instead of solids! I only have a black-ink laser printer, so I am limited to black and gray scale. Doesn’t do your visuals justice, of course, but it gets the job done nicely still.

    I’d even love to see more B&W options on your site, but even so, I love, love, love all the work you do. I hope to donate more often — you’re terrific! 🙂

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    • susanparadis

      Thank you so much! Please email me and I’ll send you a black and white copy that students can color.

      Reply

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