Recorder Resource: BAG Bonanza- 20 Page No-Prep worksheets!!

Recorder Resource: BAG Bonanza- 20 Page No-Prep worksheets!!

It can be used to make 3rd – 5th
This is mainly used for 4th-grade students.

Included: 20 Pages PDF

You want to teach your children how to read and write BAG records on staff so they can practice. You have come to the right place! The 20-page, printable set has no prep is yours! This is a great resource for separating your practice of B, A, or G.

It was time for my kids to practice reading the notes on the Treble Clef. I also wanted it to be tied in with their recorder fingering charts. These are perfect for extra practice or differentiation. These have also been used as sub-plans and my kids ask for more.

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  • Colour the BAGS of the StaffStudents color-code fingering charts B, A and G.
  • BAG Finger FlurryLabel and Notate Notes – This activity will help students identify the fingerning of the recorder.
  • BAG Note Decoder 1Learn how to color fingerings and identify notes on the Staff. Uses Quarter Notes.
  • BAG Note Decoder 2Learn how to color fingerings and identify notes on the desk. You can use whole notes.
  • BAG Note Decoder #3Learn how to color fingerings and identify the notes on the staff. It uses a mix of quarter, half, and whole notes.
  • BAG Note ExpanderLearn how to identify color and notate in fingers for notes given.
  • You can color the BAGSStudents shade at the right pitch to each recorder.
  • The Color of the Staff BagsStudents shade in the proper pitch for each recorder fingers.
  • BAG Color the Staff RhythmStudents must shade at the appropriate pitch for each instrument. You can use many rhythmic notes to answer the questions.
  • BAG is a tool for compositionStudents create their own melodies using B, A and G. Then they shade with fingerings.
  • BAG NotespellerThe staff can be identified and identified by students.
  • BAG Notespeller 2– The students will use a variety rhythmic notation to locate notes on the desk.
  • BAG Fingering Chart The students will make their fingering charts for A, B, and G.
  • Recorder Flower Color by students using a recorder fingering sheet.
  • Recorder Flower 2 Students color using a note.
  • BAG PuzzleStudents will make BAG puzzle pieces from scrap material and glue them together. Each puzzle piece represents one pitch in a unique way.
  • BAG Puzzle 2– Similar to Puzzle 1 but with more pieces.
  • BAG Hidden PictureStudents color each note in order to discover the hidden picture.

Do you need more recorder resources to play other combinations of notes? You can find them here.


You are looking for additional resources on the treble clef? These are some other resources!


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