Do you need worksheets for your music classroom? These music theory worksheets are perfect to practice recorder, with the notes B, A, G, and E, in your elementary music 🎶 lessons. They can also be used in centers, or for sub plans!
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The worksheet set includes:
🎶 Fill in the fingerings: Students fill in the fingerings or notes for B, A, G, and E looking at the letter names, notes on the staff, and/or fingerings.
🎶 Match the fingering: Students draw a line from the note letter to the recorder fingering, and the recorder fingering to the note on the staff
🎶 Trace the song: Students trace the notation for We are dancing and Bounce High
🎶 Read and Play Patterns: Students read a pattern, then play in on B, A, G, or E (versions are included for ta and ti-ti, quarter rest, half note, tika-tika, and ti-tika. Stick and standard notation are included.)
🎶 Roll and write: Students roll and fill in the fingering or trace the note on the staff
🎶 Roll and write recorder patterns: Students roll and play the pattern (stick, standard, and staff notation are included)🎶 Recorder Step, Skip, or Leap: Students look at the two pitches on the staff (B, A, G, and/or E) and figure out if they are a step, skip, or leap apart.
🎶 Color B, A, G, and E: Students color B, A, G, and E different colors
🎶 Recycled Rhythms: Students play the pattern, then write the rhythm pattern but recycle or change one beat! Included are worksheets for ta and ti-ti, rest, tika-tika, half note, and ti-tika. Standard and stick notation versions are included.
🎶 Keys for the worksheets: Note, this only includes keys for the worksheets that have answers (as some of the worksheets are only for tracing/ playing practice)
🎶 Directions for the set
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