Key Stage 2
There are numerous benefits to be gained when we listen to music including; improving our mood, reducing anxiety, helping us relax, reducing depression, strengthening learning and memory, increasing verbal intelligence, stimulating our brain, raising IQ and academic performance, to name but a few.
These worksheets support your work around listening and responding to music. They will also support your delivery of the National Curriculum for Music.
They are ideal as starter activities or stand-alone sessions and can be delivered to small groups of students, or as many as you have.
Simply choose the music, print and go.
Great for supply teachers too!
No musical background is required.
This resource includes a set of 33 colourful, printable, generic listening exercise worksheets ranging in difficulty so that you can differentiate appropriately. Worksheets are in no particular order; you chose what is most suitable for your pupils.
In addition there is an advice page and suggestions for educators just starting out with focused listening.
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