I make a floor staff using tape on the ground. I use the tape that is safe on the gym floors because it doesn't ruin the carpet floors either (this makes my custodian happy). I mark a couple of "starting lines".
I divide the students into two or three teams depending on how large the class is. The first student of each team steps to the starting line. I say a letter name and they run to the staff and step on the correct line or space. The first student to get to the correct spot earns a point for the team. Then the next students in line have a turn and so on.
Differentiation: For the very few kids who really struggle with this, I will tell them that whether I am going to call a line note or space note and remind them how to figure it out (spell FACE, or say the phrase to remember the lines - depending on which one I give them). I do this just for that student when it is their turn.
It is a very fun game instead of always throwing worksheets at them (which I do give them). This is different skill for them knowing how to figure out the line notes because it is opposite of seeing the note on the staff and naming it. Some kid find this more difficult, some kids find it easier.
So, I also will adjust the game to where I will jump on a line or space (becoming the note) and the first student (whose turn it is from each team) names the note correctly gets the point.