Labels for 5-finger scales

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It has taken me a while to post these  labels with both the bass and treble staves because of the size problem. They had to be big enough for students to read, yet small enough to print out on the same size label paper that I made for the keyboard labels. This is the final result. They are made for Avery Address Label #8160 and are 1″ x  2 5/8″. That’s not very much space to put a staff!

Before you print them on your label paper, print them on regular paper and hold them up  under the label at a window with  strong sunlight to see if they line up correctly. Be sure to set the printer dialog box to “actual” or “actual size” and not “fit,” “fit to size,” or “scale.”

Here are the links for the other two assignment page labels:

Keyboard labels for Five Finger Scales

One Octave Keyboard Labels

 

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6 thoughts to “Labels With Treble and Bass Staves

  • Bev

    Susan, these are not printing correctly for me. The top and bottom margins are too wide so the labels are not centered. Any help out there?

    Bev

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    • susanparadis

      Thanks for letting me know.

      Reply
  • Emily

    These worked perfectly with the label sheets. I printed them off yesterday and have already used almost half a sheet with my students in lessons — amazingly useful! Thanks!!!

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    • susanparadis

      You are welcome!
      We are going to have to find a place to buy the blank labels in bulk! I’m using a lot, too,.

      Reply
  • Sharon

    These are fabulous Susan! I have been wanting something like this for a long time. So excited to have them!! THANK YOU!!!

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    • susanparadis

      I’m glad they worked out for you. Thanks for the comment!

      Reply

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