Below you will see a TREBLE CLEF with the line and space notes clearly marked. The space notes spell the word ‘FACE’ and are easy to remember. The line notes are a little more difficult to remember because they spell the word ‘EGaBuDiFa’ which on my planet means ‘Waffles’ but on your planet means nothing at all.
So to remember E-G-B-D-F, use the example below or one of the following sentences: Elvis’ Guitar Broke Down Friday, or Elephants Go Bouncing Down Freeways; or Even George Bush Drives Fast, or Ernie Gave Burt Dead Flies, or Empty Garbage Before Dad Flips! Notice that each of the sentences contain five words and the beginning letters of these words are E, G, B, D, & F. Now you will always know your Treble Clef note names (a good idea when playing the flutophone and a whole bunch of other instruments).