When reading music, one of the most important aspects is reading the note pitch. Unfortunately, it can be a pain to learn them off by heart, especially when reading in two or more different clefs. But, there is a simpler way of learning them which will allow you to figure out the positions of the notes on the stave.
Here are a few tricks to help you learn the notes:
In the Bass Clef, the notes between the lines on the stave (A, C, E, G) can be remembered as the initials for “All Cows Eat Grass”.
In the Treble Clef, the notes between the lines (F, A, C, E) spell out “Face”, and make it easier to learn.
Of course, there are other ways too, but for now, just stick to these two methods to increase your confidence when reading notation.