We believe sharing is caring, so we decided to share with you a great resource from our friends at Lessonface.com, who created flashcards to help new learners memorize the names of the notes on the staff.
April 5th, 2019
Important note: The templates below are made to print easily on home or office printers. They are completely free to use and share (not for re-sale).
1. The original. For piano.
Bass and treble clefs with keyboards, and with bonus time value of notes cards.
One side shows the notes on the treble and bass clefs. The other side shows the note name and where it can be found on the piano keyboard relative to middle C. This set also includes flashcards for time value of notes (whole/ half/ quarter/ eighth/ sixteenth). 10 pages; 39 flashcards.
2. Complete set. Non-piano.
Bass and treble clefs without keyboards. Also includes time value of notes.
This template includes the notes on the bass and treble staffs, and also the time value of notes cards. It differs from the “Original” flashcards by not having the keyboards. 10 pages; 39 flashcards.
3. Treble clef only.
This set only contains the treble clef notes. There are no keyboards, and no time value of notes cards. 5 pages; 17 flashcards.
4. For guitar
Learn to recognize the notes on the guitar. Also includes basic chords and common key signatures for guitarists. 4 pages; 20 flashcards.
5. Time value of notes only.
Contains the time value of notes: whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, sixteenth note. (These cards are also included in versions 1 & 2 above). 2 pages; 5 flashcards.
6. Key signatures only.
The cards are part of the new guitar flash cards, and are included with the guitar set (#4 above). Two pages; 10 flashcards.
Downloand the flash cards here.
This article is a re-post, with small modifications, of “Flash Cards for Learning to Read Music – Free to Download and Print” an article published on lessonface.com by Claire Cuningham.
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