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Category Archives: beginner
This music worksheet is the same as the first rest lengths worksheet, but using American rather than British naming, e.g. Quarter Note rather than Crotchet.
This worksheet covers rest lengths, which can be a bit tricky to sight read as the symbols can be quite similar. This might be a good exercise to combine with the note lengths worksheet.
This worksheet is great for revision of reading music with key signatures and accidentals.
This music worksheet covers major key signature on the treble clef. Click the image to download as a PDF
Another simple introductory worksheet, this time to the notes on the bass clef, with C as the key signature and no accidentals to keep things easy. (Click the image to download the PDF)
This worksheet asks the student to identify treble clef notes, without accidentals or key signature other than C Major. (Click the image to download the PDF)
Here’s a nice simple beginner level worksheet to recap after an introduction to the piano keyboard. (Click to download the pdf)