Are you looking for fun activities to practice musical notation symbols with your elementary school students? These worksheets will help your students learn the various musical symbols and their meanings. They will get the chance to practice all basic types of musical notes, rest values, and dynamic symbols.
You can turn these music activity mats into colorful laminated sets, having your students use dry-erase markers to fill them in.
These music-tracing worksheets are also suitable for distance music classes on iPads.
Each mat contains different musical activities to help your students practice their symbol recognition in a fun and engaging way!
~ coloring musical notes and symbols,
~ tracing musical terms,
~ completing the musical words,
~ tracing the musical notes and symbols on the staff,
~ drawing musical notes and symbols on the staff,
~ finding the musical symbols,
~ finding hidden pictures,
~ do a dot,
~ connect the dots,
~ and much more!
~ 45 .pdf pages with colorful backgrounds and images.
~ 45 .pdf black and white pages.
~ whole note, dotted half note, half note, dotted quarter note, quarter note, eighth note, two barred eighth notes, sixteenth note, four barred sixteenth notes, eighth note triplet,
~ whole rest, quarter rest, half rest, eight rest, and sixteenth rest,
~ staff, treble clef, bass clef, alto clef, brace, grand staff, bar line, double bar line, repeat sign, time signature, sharp, flat, natural, ledger lines, tie, slur, staccato, accent, fermata,
~ fortissimo, forte, mezzo forte, pianissimo (very soft), pianissimo (very quiet), piano (soft), piano (quiet), mezzo piano (medium soft), mezzo piano (medium quiet), crescendo, decrescendo.