Want to make learning note names and rhythms fun for you and your students?
These printable color-by-note and color-by-rhythm worksheets are great fun for music teachers and students. Students get to show their creative and artistic side while learning about clef notes, simple rhythms and rests.
Print Music Theory Game
With this set of six professionally designed princess-themed worksheets, learning about note names and rhythms have never been this fun and colorful. Choose a space to color, identify the note or rhythm, reference the chart at the bottom of the page to find out which crayon you need, and start coloring.
4 Color-by-Note Worksheets (Emma, Olivia, Ava, and Isabella)
2 Color-by-Rhythm Worksheets (Sophia and Charlotte)
Note to Teachers and Parents
The Emma and Olivia color-by-note worksheets and the Sophia color-by-rhythm worksheet is the best worksheets to use when teaching beginning students about notes and rhythms. These worksheets help students learn and drill treble clef notes B3-G4 and bass clef notes B2-G3, and drill simple rhythms and rests, including the whole note, half note, quarter note, whole rest, half rest, and quarter rest.
For advancing students, the first set of worksheets offers them the chance to review. They can then further develop their note name and rhythm recognition skills with the Ava and Isabella worksheets. The Ava and Isabella note name worksheets expand note reading drill to include treble clef notes A4-F5 and other assorted bass clef notes. The Charlotte rhythms and rests worksheet continues drilling the quarter note, half rest, and quarter rest, and adds the dotted half note, eighth note, and eighth rest.
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