Musical Instrument Notebooking Pages contains 228 different musical instruments from around the world. (More will be added in future additions. Please let me know if there is an instrument you want added.)
A black and white drawing of the image is on half of the sheet and can be used for coloring. The other side has lines so the student can write about the instrument. Suggestions for what to write include where the instrument is from, what instrument family it's in (brass, percussion, keyboard, string, or woodwind), what style of music it usually plays (classical, orchestral, bluegrass, rock, folk, etc.), and some famous musicians who play that instrument.
Here are a few of the instruments included:
- Australian Didgeridoo
- Japanese Sanshin
- Native American Frame Drum
- Chinese Erhu
- French Horn
- Kazazh Dombra
- Guiro & Frog Guiro
- Baritone Saxophone
- Korean Hum
- Hammered Dulcimer
- Indian Nadaswaram
- Maltese Zaqq
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