Just Added: Treble & Bass Clef Worksheet

Today, a new worksheet was added to the Printables page, all about the treble clef and bass clef!

 

This worksheet uses dotted lines to teach the student how to draw the treble clef and bass clef. I also included a couple of illustrations in this worksheet showing the development of the clefs over the centuries. Our modern clefs still bear some resemblance to the letters G and F, which can be a helpful tool for students for remembering those landmark notes.  Students will find this bit of history interesting and memorable as they learn about the clefs!

To download this worksheet, please visit the Printables > Worksheets page and scroll down to the T’s for “Treble & Bass Clef Worksheet.”  Enjoy!

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PG
Joy Morin is a piano teacher in Perrysburg, Ohio (United States) who enjoys keeping her teaching fresh with new ideas and resources. ColorInMyPiano.com serves as a journal of her adventures in piano teaching as well as a place to exchange ideas and resources.

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4 Comments

  1. cindy
    Posted 15 March 2012 at 2:49 pm | Permalink

    I love your website! Your games are awesome. My students loved the valentine’s game and really learned the notes/symbols!
    Cindy

  2. Posted 26 March 2012 at 9:02 pm | Permalink

    Love the Free worksheet!

    One of the hardest things is to teach a student how to draw a treble clef sign. You have done a great job at giving them a guide to learn to draw this symbol. Also giving them plenty of space to practice is important. Giving them room to mess up a few times is good. They won;t make it perfect the first time.

    Giving history of the clef is also great. Some teachers skip the whole part about the G clef and F clef and just teach treble clef and bass clef. It is important that the student knows the alternate names to these clefs and the note in which they are based upon.

    Great post!

  3. Noreen
    Posted 24 March 2013 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    Hi – love this worksheet – there is one thing that seems to need correcting – the instructions for drawing the bass clef say “Learn how to draw a treble clef by tracing the dots below:” Could you fix that? Thanks.

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