Fourth-grade - The-arts concepts

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  • How to Read Music

    If your third or fourth grader is starting to think about taking up a musical instrument, help him get the basics of reading notes with this handy sheet!

  • History of Hip Hop Music

    Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this Hip-Hop Music worksheet!

  • History of Jazz

    Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the birth of jazz music, and the history of African-Americans in pop music.

  • History of Rock 'n' Roll

    Celebrate Black History Month by learning about the birth of rock 'n' roll music and the history of African-Americans in pop music!

  • Blank Sheet Music

    Beginning musicians can unleash their creativity with this blank sheet music. Writing songs is a great way to help your child excel in music.

  • Music Appreciation

    Mini musicians, get ready for a jukebox adventure back in time! Visit the Library of Congress Jukebox website to hear 5 classic melodies by famous composers.

  • Learn Guitar!

    If your kid loves music, try this fun approach to learn the guitar! He'll get to know the basic parts of the guitar and the notes it plays.

  • History of the Piano

    Masterful musicians can learn the origins of the piano with this music history worksheet.

  • History of Motown

    Your child will learn about the history of music and the history of segregation in America with this Motown worksheet.

  • How to Read Guitar Tabs

    Help your child build her love of music and the arts with this beginner's sheet on reading guitar tablature!

  • History of Soul

    Celebrate Black History Month by learning about soul music and the history of African-Americans in pop music, all in this soulful worksheet!

  • History of the Blues

    The blues is one of the first kinds of 'folk music' to come out of the United States, and its influence can be heard all over.

  • My Mix Tape

    What are your top 5 best hits? Here's a fun way for any music lover to analyze their favorite songs.

  • Read the Star Spangled Banner

    Jump into the lyrics of the U.S. national anthem with a reading comprehension worksheet. Kids read the song, and then draw a picture to illustrate it.

  • Chopsticks Sheet Music

    Is your child the next Mozart or Beethoven? Here's some beginner sheet music for that classic song Chopsticks, but this time, no playing with just two fingers!

  • Jazz Greats: Etta James

    Meet Etta James, a legendary African-American singer of soul and jazz. Your little musician can read a mini-bio and answer some trivia.

  • Jazz Greats: John Coltrane

    Get to know John Coltrane, a jazz legend, with this music history worksheet! Read his mini-biography and answer some trivia.

  • George Gershwin

    For piano lovers everywhere, here's a fun reading exercise featuring George Gershwin, the composer who wrote the brilliant Rhapsody in Blue.

  • Yankee Doodle Dandy

    On this worksheet, your fourth grader will read over the lyrics of "Yankee Doodle Dandy" and complete fun activities relating to the song.

  • Yankee Doodle Sheet Music

    Celebrate your patriotism with a classic American ditty! Your beginning musician can practice reading notes in both treble and bass clef.

  • Leonard Bernstein Biography

    For budding music lovers, here's a reading exercise on Leonard Bernstein, one of the greatest American composers.

  • Rodgers and Hammerstein

    Spark your little musician's interest with a fun worksheet about a couple of famous composers, Rodgers and Hammerstein.

  • Ode To Joy

    Bring a little joy home with this beginner's sheet music! Work on reading quarter, half and whole notes in the treble clef and practice sight reading too.

  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

    Give your little star a fun way to practice reading notes! This piano sheet music is perfect for beginners.