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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music Welcome to the Music Worksheets Wiki!


This is your source for tried and true music education worksheets. Please submit any worksheets that you have under the correct categories below. Please list the purpose and grade level for each worksheet. If we have enough submissions we can begin to create subcategories for easier browsing. In order to avoid formatting issues, It will work best if you submit files as both Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf) AND Microsoft Word files (.doc) when possible.



Rhythm Worksheets

  • Mysterious Ticking Noise - Fun rhythm ostinato taken from the famous youtube video "The Mysterious Ticking Noise"; upper elem; follow up:  have students create their own name rhythm ostinato composition 
  • Food Rhythms - Students categorize common foods into their spoken rhythms, using eighth and quarter ntoes.
  • Complete the Measure - Students must use the time signature to add notes/rests to form complete measures.
  • Guess That Tune! - Three "mystery songs" notated in eighth and quarter notes.  Students can guess the song by clapping the rhythm.
  • Rests - Pretty basic worksheet addressing rests.
  • Rhythm Jam [.pdf]  [.doc] - Students will work together in groups to compose a 4 or 5-part rhythmic composition using quarter notes, eighth notes, and quarter rests. (Middle School)
  • See Saw [.pdf]  [.doc] - Students will practice writing the rhythm for the song See Saw. (1st Grade)


"Music Tangrams" are manipulatives (cut out of cardstock) that express rhythmic durations of notes in spatial relationships.  They're really effective with tactile learners, and can be used for composition, dictation, and other exercises.


Pitch/Melody Worksheets





Dynamics Worksheets

  • Create a Storm -- dynamics lesson for upper elem school -- has students create a storm using found sounds 





Timbre Worksheets






Video Worksheets














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Comments (9)

Pat Toben said

at 7:04 pm on Jan 5, 2009

Thank you for putting this page together! This will be a great resource.

Carolyn Bennett said

at 7:58 am on Jan 16, 2009

This is great! I'm currently transferring my favorites to PDF format to submit. I have one question for the "community"... I've snagged things from the Internet over the years, from various sites. I didn't keep track of where/who I got the materials from. Do you think it would be inappropriate to post these materials here? They're very helpful, but they're not exactly "mine" to post... Let me know what you think!

Eric Brummitt said

at 1:15 pm on Jan 19, 2009

Carolyn -- that's a good question. If you really have no idea where they came from and they don't have any copyright info written on them, I would say to go ahead and post it. I would guess that most teachers would want their materials to be spread around, unless they are somehow profiting from their use. If they want anything removed we can do that easily enough.

gusdur said

at 8:31 am on Sep 8, 2013


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