• Note Naming Activities 

    Please complete three of the activities below.

    One of the activities should be the first activity listed, the Name That Note Game. Select the treble clef and the beginner level at the start of the game. Email me your high score at klewis@cohassetk12.org, include your name, grade, and class. (Example: Freddie B. Grade 4 Mr. Jones High score 550) High scores will be posted next week!


    Name That Note - Play this game to learn the note names. How many points will you score?



    Learn all about the treble staff and the note names for each line and each space in this episode of THE MUSIC SHOW. Listen as Luigi's Baton, Mike the Microphone, Cadence the Drummer and Fret the Guitar sing about FACE, and EGBDF.

    The Music Show Episode #6: Lines and Spaces, Baby


    The staff can be split into the notes on the lines and notes in the spaces. Quaver explores some wacky memory devices to help us remember which notes go where in this episode from the Music Theory Unit of Quaver's Marvelous World of Music.



    Every Good Boy Does Fine, by John Riggio, is another in the continuing series of songs that teach musical concepts. In this fun music video, animated by Bill Belongia, Piggy the pig helps teach the names of the lines of the treble clef through the use of mnemonics.



    This clever song, by Teresa Jennings, helps music students learn and remember the spaces on the treble clef. https://safeYouTube.net/w/czk3


    Wack A Note - In this note naming game use your keyboard number pad or mouse to hit the notes.




    Make up a song about the items usually found in your backpack. Use a familiar tune or write your own. If you choose this option I would love a video of your finished product if you feel comfortable sharing it with me! (klewis@cohassetk12.org)