Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom

Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
Winter Listening Glyphs for Elementary Music Classroom
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Set of 12 winter themed listening glyphs. Great way to assess students’ ability to analyze music and music vocabulary.

There are 2 versions of 6 different glyphs: one is easy and one is more challenging.
The easy one uses basic terms (loud, soft, fast, slow). The hard one uses music terms (adagio, allegro, forte, piano).

Depending on which glyph, students will be listening for instrumentation, vocals, tempo, and dynamics.

These glyphs pair well with any winter themed musical selection (see suggestions below). They make simple sub lessons or can be used as a last minute lesson plan or for music centers.

Students will need a good variety of crayons, markers, or colored pencils. (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Purple, Pink, Gray, Black, etc.)

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Music Selection Ideas (not included)
Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers from the Nutcracker
Vivaldi: Winter
Chopin: Etude Op.25 No.11 ("Winter Wind")
Prokofiev: "Troika" from Lieutenant Kije
Schubert: “Der Leiermann” from Winterreise
Sviridov: “Waltz” and “March” from The Snowstorm
Korngold: Serenade from Der Schneemann (The Snowman)
Debussy 'The Snow is Dancing' from Children's Corner
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*Please note, there are some mistletoe and christmas trees in the borders of these glyphs. There is also a glyph of a snowman who is wearing a hat that looks like a santa hat and a snowman who is carrying a tree with a star on top.
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12 Pages (excluding cover / credits)
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Does not apply
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