Guide to keyboard notes

My daughter would like a overlay that she could put on her keyboard keys to help her learn to play the organ. (one that tells you the notes c,d,e,f etc,,) I have seen one in the school where I work so know they exist but cant find one anywhere on the internet. Any help with locating one please?

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  • You could use a whiteboard pen and write the notes on the keys at the top. This was she can see the note names and can rub them off when she has learnt them.

    Hope this helps!
  • There are a couple at musicroom (dot com). If you enter 'keyboard guide' in the search they come up as second and third choice. We have the Piano Notefinder, which works well. These get propped up behind the piano keyboard. Hope this helps!
  • Start from the white key to the left of two black notes. That's C. Go up alphabetically along the white notes - CDEFGABC

    The white note to the left of three black notes is F. It's always F.

    A black note immediately to the right of a white note is a sharp, to the left a flat.

    Relying on a guide will mean it takes much longer to remember this. Using a non permanent dry wipe marker to mark C, F and A is the most she will need.
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