These guitar worksheets will help your guitar students understand how to play guitar!
Visual aids are important to help little ones understand new concepts.
And a picture is worth a thousand words! Grab these guitar guides.
Three and four string chords for little hands.
This is what my beginner students get with their very first lesson!
Visit this page to find the free PDF download.
Huge fretboards for maximum understanding.
The chords of A, Am, B, Bm, C, Cm, D, Dm, E, Em, F, Fm, G, & Gm can be found on this page in giant format.
In addition, C and G7 are paired, and G and D7.
These are the first chords I teach my students.
Notes down to the lowest string of the guitar are difficult to read, initially.
Let these flashcards help!
Make up your own custom chords and scales.
Make your own, or use these ones from a site visitor!
Which chords go together?
In song after song, students notice that the same chords show up again and again.
The "Key of -" sheets are a good way to keep track of what are the usual chords to expect in any song, once you know what the main chord is.
There are sheets for all the major keys, A through G.
Blank tablature staffs for your own melodies, or your students' songs.
See where each tablature "note" lies on a standard notation staff.
The shown guide is what a pianist would call "the white notes" only.
An extra guide on this page shows all the "black notes" (sharps and flats) as well!
THIS SITE IS AMAZING!!
I've been teaching guitar for about 5 years now, and I've only just found your website! (I could really have used it 5 years ago) :-) I teach at primary schools every week day for about 4 hours, so the beginner tabs you have are ideal. Thank you so much for your hard work getting these on the web, you have made many children very happy!!
Thank you so much for this site! I have just started teaching some really keen Y6 boys who want to play Scarborough Fair, and your version is perfect. I will now go and look at what other goodies you have!