This lesson will teach you to read the notes from both the treble staff and bass staff. A staff is the lines and spaces in which notes are placed. Five lines and four spaces make up a staff.
The treble notes are placed next to the treble clef. You can remember the space notes below by the word FACE and remember the sentence, Every Good Boy Does Fine to identify the line notes.
For the bass above, you can remember the space notes by the sentence, All Cows Eat Grass. You can remember line notes by the sentence, Good Boys Do Fine Always.
Please print the worksheet below and complete using the above as your reference.
Using whole notes means representing the notes as a circle. See example below.