Here's a free music worksheet for learning all about treble clef and bass clef! Students will trace dotted lines to learn how to draw each clef. There's also a couple of interesting illustrations showing the development of the clefs over the centuries. Students will find this bit of history interesting and memorable for remembering their landmark notes Treble G and Bass F!
Learn the notes of "The Cool Bass Clef" by watching this cool animated video. Music by Karl Hitzemann. Animation by Bill Belongia. The song originally appeared in Music K-8 magazine, Vol. 22, No. 3.
Organized Chaos: Teacher Tuesday: teaching letter names of notes on the staff (part 2). A great list of ideas for practicing note letter names in treble or bass clef in small groups or centers. IPad, Card matching, note word spelling game, Kaboom sticks, swat the note.
Music is the key We prepared this tattoo for Nutsa. This skeleton key was designed to be inked in small size and therefore we kept it very clean and simple; it is made by joining three different clefs: - a treble clef gives it the general shape - a bass clef reverted on top where the key is held shapes a heart together with the treble clef - [...]