Here's a Concert Key Matrix
To use the sheets with an ensemble, give each member a copy, teach them "concert keys" and have them pencil in the concert name of each scale. In my bands and orchestra, we start with concert C and play through to concert G. This means that the Eb instruments start on written A. Bb instruments start on written D. F instruments start on written G, and C instruments start on written C. Each student also numbers their own sheet. Concert C is scale number one. Concert Bb is number three, and so forth.
When I call a scale I say something like
"Let's warm up on concert Db - long pause - which is scale number six."
Baritone Treble Clef Scales
Euphonium (Baritone Bass Clef) Scales
Alto Clef Scales
There are really only three scales sheets linked above: treble, bass and alto clef. They are written without a time signature, and with doubled and tripled octaves. Performers can choose which octave and rhythm to use.