Want to get every student in your class engaged and learning note names? This lesson plan will do just that - and it's a great lesson for individual student assessment! Need more lessons for your sub tub. This one is easy for the sub and your students get a valuable music lesson while you're gone. Just leave the sub an answer key with the worksheets.
Write the notes B-C (Middle C)-D-E-F-G one by one on the treble clef staff. Ask students the following questions:
1) Is this note a line or space note?
2) Which line runs through the note? or Which space it is the note in?
3) Who would like to come to the board and write the alphabet letter name for this note under the note.
Follow this routine for all six notes.
Pass out the worksheets and crayons.
Tell students, "To complete this worksheet you'll choose a part of the picture to color, see what alphabet letter is in that part, and then find the matching music note below. The color under the music note is the crayon you will need to color that part of the picture.
Start coloring. Teacher walks around the room to observe student progress for help and grade book assessment.