Music Staff Lapboard 5/18

Music Staff Lapboard 5/18


  • 8.5″ x 11″ – The perfect size music staff lapboard for binders, folders and individual music kits.
  • double music staff without clef
    • great for working on the Grand Staff
    • focus on ‘do’ clef; treble, bass, alto or tenor clefs, or no clef at all
  • on reverse side is a 16 beat template, our most versatile page!
    • rhythmic dictations
    • melodic dictations using solfa
    • graphic representations of rhythm
    • composition
    • shows students how to spread rhythms out and line them up under the ‘heart-beats’
  • made to be durable – firm cardboard with custom dry erase film
  • easy to erase


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Music Staff Lapboard 5/18 takes Pages 5 and 18 – our most versatile pages in ‘Listen…Think…Write!’ and becomes an invaluable tool for your students.  The perfect size to fit into folders, binders or individual instrument kits, your students will love music writing day!  Made of firm, laminated cardboard, these dry erase music staff lapboards are easy to erase (and sanitize!) and made to be sturdy enough to withstand the treatment of elementary-aged children.


Page 5 of Music Staff Lapboard 5/18 consists of two five-line staves, allowing for dry erase work on a Grand Staff, composition or melodic dictation.  With no preprinted clef you are given the autonomy to work with whichever clef you need – ‘do’ clef, treble, alto, tenor, bass, or no clef at all.


Page 18 of Music Staff Lapboard 5/18 implies four measures of 4/4 time.  The clear layout encourages students to develop clear, spread-out spacing when working with rhythm.

  • Cross out the last column and you have 3/4 time
  • Draw a bar line between the second and third beat boxes and work in 2/4.
  • Add a dot to each of the 2/4 hearts and work with 8 measures of 6/8!


Additional information

Weight.075 kg
Dimensions28 × 21 × .25 cm

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There are templates for all common meters and bar lengths.  There are also 1, 2, 3 and 5 line staves for developing melodic dictation skills.

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