The clefs are essential to read notes on the staff. The treble clef is used to read high notes and the bass clef are used to read the low notes. 

Enjoy the chirp of the birds in the treble clef and the growl of the bears in the bass clef. Here are two essential worksheets so you can learn to draw both the treble and the bass clef. 

Simply click on the images of the worksheets to view them and click on button below to download a free PDF with the worksheet you want!


When we use a pair of two staffs one on top of the other and play it as one line of music, it is called the Grand Staff. Learning notes using the Grand Staff will really help you learn notes individually on each staff.

See how the Treble Clef rolls around the 2nd line. This is the G right above the middle C. See how the Bass Clef rolls around the 4th Line. This is the F right below the middle C. Drawing one ledger line above the Bass Clef and one ledger line below the Treble Clef represents the Middle C (sitting in the middle of both the clefs!)

Special Notes on the Grand Staff

Use these 3 fun and simple worksheets to practice the F in the bass clef, Middle C between both the clefs and G in the Treble Clef. Recognize the notes, match the following and recognize the shapes to draw the correct notes in them!

Just click on the image to view the worksheet and click on the button below to get your own PDF with all the three worksheets.

Treble Clef

For all you people whose instrument produces high pitch sounds, here are 3 interactive worksheets to help you read and write the notes in the Treble Clef. Yes, you got it right, learning can absolutely be fun!

Recognize, Match, Draw! Go for it!

Bass Clef

Don’t worry, we haven’t left anyone behind. For all those whose instruments have a low pitch voice, your 3 worksheets are right here. Colour, identify and draw the notes in the Bass Clef.

This’ll help you read and write notes as low as your instrument can go! View these worksheets and if you like them, download with a single click!