Thank you for your interest in my product! This quick-print pack is designed to be a supplemental resource for a unit on Woodwind instruments. Each activity should take 10-15 minutes at most. These are designed to be easy to print and use in any music class.
Inside this pack, you will find:
*Flash Cards (B&W and Color included. Simply print onto cardstock, fold, then laminate for durability)
*Flash Card idea sheet – I’ve included lots of ways to use your flash cards, besides the usual!
*1 matching worksheet (Students connect the instrument with its name.)
*2 instrument labeling worksheets (Students identify the name of the instruments. There is a version with a word bank and one without.)
*1 instrument labeling worksheet with a quick writing prompt
*1 word tracer (This one is great for Pre-K & K. Students trace 5 instrument names. There are also instrument pictures included for coloring and identification.)
*10 quickie quizzes
*Teacher plays example, student identifies which instrument they hear. There is a picture only version for younger learners. There are also two versions with a word bank for students to use. This helps with spelling errors.***Please note, sound clips are NOT included.
*There are several quizzes where students draw an instrument then describe how sound is made
*2 compare & contrast instruments
*Instrument Identification cards (I have included both the color and black & white versions here. These cards have the name of the instrument on them.)
*Instrument Matching Game (Included are both the color and black & white versions. Students are to match the picture of the instrument with its name.)
*8 coloring sheets (Flute, Piccolo, Bassoon, Contra Bassoon, English Horn, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone. Each coloring sheet is one full page and includes the name of the instrument for easy identification.)
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**Purchase of product enables one teacher to make copies for his/her own classroom