This FREE cheat sheet is great to print out and hand to beginning string students: violin, viola, cello, and bass. I asked my students to keep this in their music folder so that they can reference it during rehearsal and when they're practicing at home.
This is a chart to help beginning violin students learn to read music. It consists of a staff and treble clef and notes - low G to high B - that show all of the first position notes and their fingerings, color coded by string. It can be printed and posted on a bulletin board or handed out.
Free Violin Sheet Music: Another way to spice up your beginner violin students playing Twinkle Theme is to have your older students accompany them with this pizzicato part. For more free violin related resources and multi-level violin music please visit: www.MusicforYoungViolinists.com Thanks!
"knowtes" fingering charts from simplyviolin.com. I don't generally like fingerboard charts because they require 'map-reading' skills and I prefer to spend my time teaching string playing skills. But if the student already thinks in this way, they can find it useful to map out the fingerboard. If I had to have one, I like how this one attempts to show a little of an angled perspective instead of looking straight down at the fingerboard.