Halloween Listening Glyphs

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Jena Hudson
Grade Levels
K - 5th
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Thank you for these spooky listening glyphs. I love doing these with my kids and these were the perfect Halloween party day "chill" activity. Thanks!
These were perfect for Halloween - my students were engaged and enjoyed the activity! Great for promoting active listening!


This set features 5 Halloween-themed listening glyphs.

There are two options of each glyph.
1. Glyphs for younger students- features generic terms such as loud/quiet, fast/slow, singers/no singers, drummers/no drummers, and sounds spooky/not spooky.

2. Glyphs for older students- features music vocabulary such as forte/piano, adagio/allegro, percussion/no percussion, vocalist/ no vocalist, and sounds spooky/not spooky.

Titles for worksheets include "Halloween" and "Spooky."

These glyphs can be used for ANY piece of music that you are studying in your music classroom! Simply play a piece of music while students color their picture according to what they hear. Listening suggestions are included in the file.

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Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated. I love hearing from you!

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