Hello, dear Reader.  For today’s installment of the blog, I’m sharing some music theory coloring worksheets that I recently created for my own students.

To make these sheets, I did not employ (much*) by way of artistic skills:  I borrowed a coloring worksheet from http://www.coloring.ws, a site that shares free coloring pages for kids, and adapted it into a music theory exercise for my younger students.

In the first worksheet, I used pictures of individual piano keys as code for a coloring by piano key to help early students with identifying where the notes are on the piano.  In the second version, I used basic terms and symbols to make the code, such as f or a quarter rest.

Here’s a preview of the keyboard note ID one.

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Cat Coloring Keyboard Note Identification Preview

To download these worksheets, please follow this link.  Feel free to use and share these sheets as you wish.

Have a great, music-filled week!

*I added a little to the drawing itself.

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