SQUILT stands for super quiet un-interrupted listening time. These free music worksheets are a great way to get students writing about music. Students are encouraged to write about the music elements in the piece or draw a picture representing what they hear. This is a great listening activity that keeps students engaged, while encouraging them to be active listeners in music class!
This resource is perfect for:
★general music teachers
WHAT YOU’LL GET WITH YOUR DOWNLOAD:
1 page in which students draw what they picture in their mind as they listen to the music.
1 page split into four sections in which students write about dynamics, tempo, timbre, and mood.
1 page split into four sections in which students write the title of the piece, composer, time period, and instruments they hear.
MUSIC VOCABULARY SHEET
1 page of simple definitions of the music vocabulary used (great for non-music subs).
1 page of prompts that teachers can use to help students as they write their responses.
IDEAS FOR USE & DIRECTIONS INCLUDED
WHAT CUSTOMERS LOVE ABOUT THIS RESOURCE:
“I love your S-Q-U-I-L-T! Clever. This is a great idea, especially teaching students to listen without talking. That is a good skill. This will be a great addition to my classroom activities. Thank you!”
“Thank you for this great way to focus students in on specifics during listening time. I love the art integration and have found out some interesting things about my students during the “What do you picture?” part of SQUILT. I appreciate this addition to my lessons… thanks again!!!”
“Several different choices that will be great for differentiation. Thank you!”
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