A glyph is a pictorial representation of data. These clever worksheets ask students to color each object or portion of the picture based on what they hear. This gingerbread glyph is a sample of a larger set of listening glyphs that you can find here: Listening Glyphs for Listening To and Analyze Music
The glyphs are so versatile that they can work with virtually any listening piece! Some of the concepts covered: loud/soft, fast/slow, steady beat/no steady beat, lullaby, march, smooth/separated, mood and more!
I recommend use with Kindergarten through 3rd grades. Kindergarteners and first graders will need assistance to complete, but 2nd and 3rd graders do well with less guidance.
Read more about how to use listening glyphs on my blog: How to Use Listening Glyphs
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