Beginner Note Names: Nine Notes

Nine Beginner Notes

These two pages are for beginning students who are learning the nine notes around middle C. The first one has the notes in order so they see the sequence, and the second page has the notes in random order.  This is something I can really use, too, because I have a few beginning students.

As I made this, I debated about putting the line through middle C or putting the line behind the C so the student whould have a nice, big note to write in. I finally decided I would show the line because I thought the students would need it to learn how to draw a middle C themselves. What do you think?

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4 thoughts to “Note Names for Beginners

  • susanparadis

    I’m so glad they have been helpful and thank you for your comments. They make my day!
    I have some more Hallween songs I am going to write if I ever find the time. I also want to re-do Halloween, Halloween to make the little keyboard bigger and make it white instead of orange. After I use something for a while I usually want to change it.
    If there is something else you might find helpful, let me know. I might have it in a file somewhere.

  • Megan

    Dear Susan,

    I am just starting to teach again after having a baby and these Halloween worksheets and songs are extremely helpful in motivating my young students to practice again. Thank you!

  • susanparadis

    Joanne, that’s a great idea. This one has already been finalized, but I can do it on the next one I’m making. It will have the same notes in random order.

    On this one I think I will have a blue and green marker available and ask them to trace the guidelines in the correct color. Maybe it will help them remember.

    Thanks for the suggestion!

  • Joanne

    Susan, great worksheet. What if you made the lines for treble G and bass F a little heavier? I teach the kids guidenotes and have them darken those lines.


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