Looking for a creative way to engage your elementary music students in the classroom this Valentine's Day? Look no further than this "Valentine's Day Music Color by Code Pages for Kids"! These pages are perfect for students of any instrument and general music study to review the basic music notes, rests, symbols, and dynamics. With fun Valentine's Day themes and engaging activities, you can bring music and fun together in the classroom. Try out these Color by Code Pages today and make learning music an enjoyable experience for your students!
There are 10 designs of this set in three different formats:
~ 1 format ~ for younger students – symbols match the symbols in the picture.
~ 2 format ~ for older students – symbols names are given in the keys.
~ 3 format ~ create your own color key.
+ 14 answer pages.
+ 10 blank pages to create your own music worksheets.
This set includes:
1 – Cocktail– color by music symbols
2 – Ladybug – color by music symbols
(Symbols used: staff, time signature, bar line, double bar line, repeat, treble clef, bass clef, natural, flat, sharp, fermata.)
3 – Heart Lock– color by notes and rests
4 – Frog – color by notes and rests
(Notes used: whole note, half note, dotted half note, quarter note, dotted quarter note, eighth note, 2 eighth notes, 4 sixteenth notes.
Rests used: whole rest, half rest, quarter rest, eighth rest.)
5 – Bear – color by dynamics
6 – Strawberry – color by dynamics
(Dynamic symbols used: fortissimo, forte, mezzo forte, mezzo piano, piano, pianissimo, crescendo, decrescendo, sforzando.)
7 – Ice cream – color by treble clef note names
8 – Butterfly – color by treble clef note names
(C first – A second octaves)
9 – Envelope– color by bass clef note names
10 – Cat– color by bass clef note names
(E first – C second octaves)