These are my favorite top 3 free to print music theory worksheet sites that deliver a plethora of valuable content to those looking for professionally written and free to print music theory resources for their students or for use themselves.
Whether you are in a private music studio or a classroom teaching environment you will find more than you can imagine here and should bookmark each page.
Start with the first listing if you have younger students needing drill on music theory fundamentals. Then proceed for more intermediate and advanced although the second and third listings share a lot of subject matter.
Top 3 Free to Print Music Theory Worksheet Sites That Deliver
This Music theory fun sheets site is by Janice Tucker and is a wonderful resource if you are looking for theory sheets for younger students just learning note names on the piano keyboard and on the music staff. It is very well organized and offers a lot for free as well as paid music theory resources.
This site is a favorite across the net and has pages for just practicing a concept, such as reading music intervals, as well as pages which are meant to test your skills. Musictheory.net is probably the most advanced music theory site of these 3 mentioned on this post.
This site grew out of a need of a high school teacher to have music theory teaching aids and worksheets for his students which he could not find anywhere else. These virtual music theory flash cards pages are all considered “public domain” and therefore you are free to print and use as you need them as long as you do not put them up again on the internet.
You will find a ton of printable pages and workbook chapters to cover both simple and complex music theory concepts from notes on the bass and treble clef, basics rhythms, scales to the circle of fifths to music intervals, scale degrees, and chord progressions with ear training.