Meet Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach) | Popsicle Stick Puppets and Script (Digital Print)

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Meet Bach Popsicle Stick Puppets

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Want to get your students excited about your next lesson on German composer, Johann Sebastian Bach? Start with these colorful and engaging popsicle stick puppets that will turn your music lesson plan into an opportunity for movement and play. This resource is designed to accompany the Meet Bach popsicle stick video production which provides an introduction to life and music of one of our greatest composers.


Johann Sebastian Bach w/Violin
Johann Sebastian Bach
Young Johann Sebastian Bach w/Violin
Germany Map
Neuschwanstein Castle
Cuckoo Clock
Prince Leopold’s Organ
Maria Barbara Bach
Anna Magdalena Wilcke
7 Children
13 Children
Ya, I like it.
I'll get it.
Bach Conducting Orchestra
Duke of Weimar
Angry Duke of Weimar
Johann Sebastian Bach 1685-1750
Help Wanted: Apply in Köthen
Baroque Orchestra
St. Thomas Lutheran Church
Meet Bach Script


Just had to let you know that we had our own popsicle puppet theater today and debuted our very own performance of MEET BACH!  The students had a great time retelling Bach’s biography and especially saying “BACH” when the chicken popped up. - Carol V.

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About Johann Sebastian Bach'

Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, Germany in 1685. As a child, Bach's father taught him to play violin and harpsichord. His uncles were all musicians, serving as church organists and court chamber musicians. One of his uncles, Johann Christoph Bach, introduced him to the art of organ playing. In 1707, Bach married his second cousin Maria Barbara Bach. They had seven children. In 1720 Maria died, and Bach married Anna Magdalena Wilcke in 1721. Bach had 13 more children with Anna Magdalena. He was a father to 20 children in all. Read more...