Musical Instruments Word Scramble
For this word recognition worksheet, learners unscramble the letters and use picture clues to correctly identify 12 musical instruments.
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Musical Instruments to Play
Bring some music to your language arts lesson with a reading comprehension activity. Learners read an informational passage about different musical instruments before answering a series of comprehension and vocabulary questions.
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