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  1. Build simple words from the first seven letters of the alphabet.A A B B C C D D E E F F G G Do you know that these words can be found on the staff?

  2. Reading Notes Music 3 3rd Trimester

  3. “At first, it may all look hard for you but learning how to read notes really isn’t that tough. You already learned about your ABC when you were younger. It’s even simpler because we’re just using A through G.”

  4. Let’s review some of the musical symbols we learned during the 1st trim. The staff is an arrangement of 5 lines and 4 spaces which act as a “home” for our notes. Each line or space refers to a particular note.


  5. In the beginning of a staff, we see a clef. There are a few different types of clefs, but we will be focusing on the two most common ones – the G clef (treble clef) and the F clef (bass clef).

  6. “Check your clef before you start reading a note because the clef tells about notes that refer to the lines and spaces of the staff.”

  7. The second line refers to the “G” note. Let’s now move up through the alphabet (A to F) step by step. G ABCDEF

  8. An easy way to remember the spaces on the G clef is from bottom to top, the spaces spell out F – A – C – E.

  9. And an easy way to remember the lines on the G clef is from bottom to top, it’s “Every Good Boy Does Fine.”

  10. The forth line refers to the “F” note. Let’s now move down through the alphabet (E to G) step by step. F EDCBAG

  11. An easy way to remember the spaces on the F clef is from bottom to top, it’s “All Cows Eat Grass.”

  12. And an easy way to remember the lines on the F clef is from bottom to top, it’s “Good Boy Does Fine Always.”

  13. 2. Look at the dragon breathing flames, Breathing flames, breathing flames. Look at the dragon breathing flames, Roar, roar, roar. 3. Dragon is leaping with the drum, With the drum, with the drum. Dragon is leaping with the drum, Leap, leap, leap. 4. Children have packets of money to spend, Money to spend, money to spend. Children have packets of money to spend, Clink, clink, clink. 5. Everyone dances through the streets, Through the streets, through the streets. Everyone dances through the streets, Let us all rejoice.