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This is a create-your-own music bulletin board pack to show how music is a cross-curricular subject in our schools.
There are 16 different bright watercolors to choose from (see thumbnail #2).
*The 16 letters you need are available in all 16 colors shown in the second thumbnail. All letters are scaled to letter size paper in portrait. If you want a smaller display, consider scaling the letters down when printing.
For the letters M-U-S-I-C, you will receive all 16 colors in the corresponding music pattern watercolors (see thumbnail #3). You will also receive an additional color (off-white) and as shown in the title image. This pattern is not available for all letters because it is meant to be used to pop out as an accent letter when spelling “Music” vertically.
To get an idea of how large the letters will print, click here and look at the last thumbnail picture.
Also included in the pack are the following posters (also available in each color and pattern):
Why Should You Learn Music?
When downloading this product, you will receive an external link to a Dropbox site. Because this file consists of 600 pages, it does not meet the limitations of the 200MB restriction on the TpT website. To ensure optimum quality, I have made sure you will have the highest definition product which will result in a slightly larger file size. All instructions you need are in the download directly from this product page (after purchase).
(Once in Dropbox) A How-To Guide is included to help you. All files are available in PDF format. Adobe Reader or Acrobat is recommended when opening the files. Please make sure you have the most recent version of Adobe before opening. Adobe Reader is available for free online.
For best printing results true to color, use a color laser jet printer or take the files to a copy/print center (such as Staples). Thicker paper or cardstock is recommended for printing or the use of lamination with letter size paper.
Music in Our Schools Month