A glyph is a representation of data in picture form. In these worksheets, students are asked to color different parts of the picture depending on what they are hearing from the music.
These glyphs are generic, which means they 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. The pictures are music classroom themed, featuring singing, dancing and instruments. Ten glyphs are included, with each glyph having two options, totaling 20 glyphs:
Younger students - features generic terms such as loud/quiet, fast/slow, singers/no singers, drummers/no drummers, etc.
Older students- features music vocabulary such as forte/piano, adagio/allegro, percussion/no percussion, vocalist/no vocalist, etc.
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