Worksheets should be kept to a minimum, but they can be helpful on occasion for the teacher to assess what the students have mastered individually. They also can allow time for the teacher to meet students individually in the hall to check their range, pitch matching, or ability to sing a given tune. Some ideas for written work are for students to:
Write the rhythm of a given song under or inside hearts drawn on the handout.
Given a rhythmic line and meter, draw bar lines and write the subdivision, labeling form.
Write names of black and white notes on a paper piano keyboard.
Given ten hymn numbers, write the key, beginning melody note, and solfege of first note.
Write down hymn numbers written in a given key.