Type
Word Search
Description

stick
hair
screw
frog
nut
finger board
sound post
fine tuners
pegbox
upper bout
tailpiece
bridge
neck
scroll

Parts of Violin Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Fingers go here? Fingerboard
Bow does not go beyond this little piece? Bridge
The top of the violin? Peg Box
Winds up the Strings? Pegs
The piece connecting fingerboard to peg box? Nut
Where the sound comes through? F-Holes
Where the chin goes? Chinrest
Holds the string, bridge and tailpiece together? End button
Holds the strings and tuner? Tailpiece
Strings do this when the bow contacts it ? Vibrate

Parts of the Violin Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

chin rest
end pin
tail piece
bridge
body
strings
finger board
neck
head
peg box
tuning pegs
scroll
bow
Violin

beginner violin crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The number of strings on a violin four
The English for pizzicato pluck
turn these to tune the violin pegs
the strings pass over this and go to the tail piece bridge
Draw this over the strings to make them sound bow
A part on which your chin can ........ chin rest
Bowing to the right down bow
bowing to the left up bow
The pegs are found in here peg box
This sits furthest away from you on the violin. scroll

Guitar Parts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

body
bridge
bridge pins
fret board
frets
Guitar
headStock
jack
neck
nut
pick
pick guard
pickups
saddle
sound hole
strap pin
Strings
tuners
waist
whammy bar

Parts of the instruments and bows Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Chin rest
violin
tail piece
peg
bridge
strings
F Holes
neck
finger board
scroll
frog
hair
stick
tip
button
nut
Reuben and Rachel
Fox and Goose
Country dance
Bobby Shaftoe

The String Family Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amati
biggest
black
blue
bow
bridge
cello
concertmaster
double bass
fingerboard
four
front
harp
horse hair
Italy
pedals
pegs
pizzicato
red
rosin
Stradavari
strings
tailpiece
vibrato
viola
violin
wood

Guitar Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

dynamics
forte
piano
harmony
accidentals
flats
sharps
tuning
ledger lines
staff
spaces
lines
treble clef
picking
fingers
pick guard
pluck
strum
pizzacato
melody
chords
birdge
nut
bridge pins
fret board
frets
neck
tuning pegs
strings
tone hole
hollow body
Head

Ukulele Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Gcee
Strumming
Body
Bridge
Chords
Eat everything
Fret
Fretboard
Greedy chiefs
Headstock
Neck
Nut
Saddle
Soundhole
String
Tuner
Ukulele

Guitar Parts Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Also known as the fretboard Neck
Located on the bridge Saddle
Silver lines on neck; marks all half steps on the guitar Fret
The top of the guitar that holds the tuners Head
Located on the bottom of the head; upper contact point for the strings Nut
Where the strings are connected to the body of the guitar; located at the bottom Bridge
Largest part of the guitar Body
The narrowest part of the guitar Waist
Silver pegs which are used to tighten or loosen the strings of the guitar Tuners
Area where sound is projected from the guitar Sound Hole
The longest part of the guitar Fretboard
You play this type of guitar Acoustic

The Guitar Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The part of the guitar that contains all the frets fingerboard
This stops at the body of the guitar and has some (but not all) of the frets neck
This allows the vibrations and is usually surrounded by a rosette soundhole
The inward curve of the guitar waist
Press you fingers beside these to change the pitch of a string frets
These can be identified by letters or numbers Strings
Many guitars have this, but it only for decoration rosette
This is near the bottom of the guitar and contains the saddle bridge
The tuning pegs are on this part of the guitar Head
These are played by stumming muliple strings with specific fingering chords
The part of the bridge that keeps the strings off of the guitar saddle
This is below the head and holds the strings off of the fingerboard nut
Tighten or loosen these to change the pitch of the strings tuningpegs
the number of string played in a standard D chord four
The large hollow part of the guitar body
When playing there should be _____ points of contact five