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Unscramble letters to form the names of each instrument part, then match the instruments with their corresponding parts.
Draw a box through the instruments you bow, circle through the instruments you blow, and an “X” through the instruments you strike. Name each instrument on the line.
Have each member of your family choose one American composer from a list, compile research, create a listening station, and take turns sharing what you learned with your family members each week.
Ten stringed instruments are shown. Write the name of the each instrument under its picture, and choose which instruments are used in the symphony orchestra.
Give these instruments a home. Write the name of each instrument under the family to which it belongs. Use the diagram of the orchestra to help you identify the instruments.
Match each instrument with its name by writing the identifying letters on the blank.