For a while I was trying to think of an easy way that my students can learn the circle of fifths. Sometimes just knowing a saying or rhyme can make all the difference. So I came up with this chart for the circle of fifths. Its really easy to remember. Caterpillars Go Down And Eat Big Fuzzy Clovers. Then start again on B and say it again Caterpillars Go Down And Eat Big Fuzzy Clovers. This introduced enharmonic keys, which I like because it shows the student which ones are the same. The Caterpillars are different colors. The red one being the sharp side, the blue one the flat side, and the green one the enharmonic caterpillar! On the blank sheet they can see a visual and it is easy to test what they know. Then eventually they can draw their own circle of fifths!