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This Martin Luther King, Jr. themed music resource crosses several grade levels and contains notation value, music math, listening and a coloring glyph and a writing worksheets.
Included in this resource:
✔ Worksheet 1: Music Note/Rest Equality (2 versions of whole, half, quarter and eighth note/rests)
✔ Worksheet 2: Music Note/rest Equality (2 versions of whole, half, quarter, eighth, and sixteenth note/rests)
✔ Worksheet 3: Equality in Music Math (students total up the whole, half, quarter and beamed eighth notes)
✔ Worksheet 4: Equality in Music Math (students total up the whole, half, quarter and beamed eighth rests)
✔ Worksheet 5: Equality in Music Math (students total up the whole, dotted half, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth notes, tiki-ti, and ti-tiki rhythms)
✔ Worksheet 6: Martin Luther King, Jr. Listening Glyph (play traditional recordings of "We Shall Overcome" or "Lift Every Voice" and have students color worksheet based on what they hear)
✔ Worksheet 7: Writing Exercise based on King's "musical inspiration" for his "I Have a Dream" speech.
✔ Worksheet 8: Listening Glyph for the song, "Abraham, Martin & John" (six versions, including a blank one added 1-10-16). This is a great song to use for either/both Martin Luther King, Jr. Day or President's Day!:)
Links to YouTube are provided for those who do not have musical recordings of the songs mentioned in this resource. Note: Recordings ARE NOT included.
Answer keys are provided for the worksheets with the exception of the listening glyph and writing worksheets.
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