The Fourth of July is on its way! For the U.S., that's our Independence Day. Keep reading for 5 links to Independence Day music activities.
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1. Working on composition? Have fun with this guided Fourth of July Composition Worksheet from My Fun Piano Studio.
2. Susan Paradis has another fun Fourth of July Composing Activity that you can try with your students.
3. How adorable are these American Composers Coloring & Fact Sheets from Cori Bloom?
4. Don't forget to check out last year's 4th of July Roundup.
5, Why not include a link to this History of the Star-Spangled Banner from Free School in your July newsletter?
Which is your favorite? Also, do you teach over the summer? Let me know on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below!
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