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Complete The Pattern Worksheets – Musical Instruments

Musical Instrument Worksheets

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A musical instrument themed worksheet to help children practice completing simple patterns / sequences. Cut out the various musical instruments at the top of the page and use to fill in the blank spaces. The document consists of 2 A4 pages of patterns. Illustrations by Sophie Egler.

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  1. Nyree Dishnow

    I like the graphics. As a teacher with students that have autism in a multi grade classroom, I also like that I can have students practice fine motor skills by cutting out the pictures. I can also laminate this and use Velcro to make it an independent activity.

  2. Maria

    Nice flashcards

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