Droid Wars Treble Notes is the fourth in a series using my droid theme. Today’s post is the partner with the Droid Wars: Bass Clef Notes I posted earlier in the week. This is a new, free worksheet that will help students identify notes quickly. Print one copy and laminate it or put it in a sheet protector. Use a wet erase marking pen and you will be able to use one page many times and save on printing. Wet erase pens are not too messy if you use a damp paper towel, and they erase much better than dry erase markers. You can also save these to your iPad.
Some of my younger students don’t know what a droid is. Well, in science fiction, it is short for Android, which is a robot. From what I gather, they are not ordinary robots, but a sentient robots like R2D2 in Star Wars. I’m always telling my students not to play like a robot, so Androids are not going to be performing in Carnegie Hall any time soon!
Remember, many of your girl students love Star Wars, so don’t leave them out! I hope that these fun sheets will appeal to your girl as well as boy students.
I plan to add more to this series, so if you have any ideas, pass them on and I will see what I can do. Chord and inversions have already been suggested, but if you have any other ideas, feel free to leave a comment.
If you are a new follower of Piano Teaching Resources, here are the links to the bass notes and the key signature worksheets. Our goal is to make lessons more fun so that more students will get the benefits of learning to play piano!