Note Name Flashcards

Standard flashcards, including lots of ledger lines. You will want to print these cards front and back – notes on one side, answers on the other. I also included some Bang! cards. My students LOVE that game, and it breaks the monotony of beat-the-clock type note naming drills. Place the cards in a basket or face down on the floor. A card is drawn, and if correctly identified, it is kept. If a Bang card is drawn, all of the cards the player has accumulated goes into a discard pile and they start again with no cards. If a Super Card is drawn, a student can turn that in when they draw a Bang card and keep the cards they have earned. The goal is to accumulate as many cards as possible.

Note Name Flashcards

Note Name Flashcards A

Note Name Flashcards B



5 Responses

  1. Wonderful cards. Been looking for something this nice. Excellent. Thanks.

  2. […] this one, you can use the note flashcards, and the keyboard cards […]

  3. Thank you so much for these cards! I just printed them out to try with my girl to improve our note reading speed. I am going to tell the other families at our piano conservatory about your awesome website!

  4. My brother recommended I may like this web site. He was totally right. This submit actually made my day. You cann’t imagine simply how much time I had spent for this information! Thank you!

  5. The cards would not print out correctly. Would only print out top line or two of the staff for each card. Any ideas why?

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