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Match the phrases to the rhythm! Free Download!♫ Answer sheet included!MORE Rhythm of …… worksheets can be found HERE********************************************************************************************************* ♥ CLICK here to check out more quality, ready-to-use resources from the MTR
Grades:
3rd - 6th
This huge bundle contains everything that you need to get started teaching body percussion in your music classroom today!→ Two .pdf presentations with over 40 rhythmic examples to progressively challenge your students in reading and performing rhythm.→ A set of composition worksheets for students to
Grades:
K - 6th
This is a bundle of 11 rhythm games designed to fully engage students while reinforcing rhythm identification, reading, and beat values. These games work well for music centers and as easy sub tub activities. Included in this bundle are:Rhythm Go Fish!Sixteenth Note Rhythm Go Fish!Syncopation Rhyt
Learn and have fun with rhythm by getting out your bucket drums, rhythm instruments, or body percussion to use with this 195-page bundle. It is perfect for rhythm fun, as well as performing and composing! It is full of fun and learning! See the preview to see the list of contents and a sample of a
These body percussion charts are perfect for working with small groups to create a body percussion ensemble. I have also included a Google Slides version that you could use with distance learning. There are 10 different charts/arrangements in several options: stick or staff notation and color or bl
Use these cards to guide your students towards fluency with reading and speaking rhythm syllables. Each pack of cards is sequenced to begin with all four beats filled in; they gradually increase in difficulty by including more blanks where students will improvise using their known rhythm syllables.5
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Grades:
1st - 8th
A fun step by step way to introduce rhythms to early elementary students. Visually beats are represented by pizza pieces. Toppings teach many other musical concepts that can be applied to the beats. Treat your students to this awesome game. It is such a fun way to practice Music Notes & Symbol
Grades:
K - 3rd
*A great way to practice ta, ti ti, and rest while still getting your students up and moving!*How it works:There are 14 rhythms to clap. After your students clap the rhythm correct, you advance to the next slide where they will either find a compliment or a movement activity for them to do! The pa
Write the Room: Back to School is a fabulous way to get kids reading, writing, and moving around the room. Post the rhythms you want students to practice thinking, reading, and writing.Included in this set are:Level 1 - quarter notes & eight notesLevel 2 - quarter notes, eight notes, and quarte
Students can play along with this song using cool percussion sounds on their desktop. Great for social distance music learning in classrooms. All students need is 2 pencils, a book, a desk, and themselves!**Due to copyright, this file does not contain the audio file for "You and Me" from Descendan
Grades:
3rd - 6th
The Drum Beats For... is an active and fun PowerPoint music activity for reviewing and identifying Ta & Tadi rhythms! This game contains embedded mp3 files on over 30 slides. Standard and Kodály -friendly Stick Notation are included!This is one of my favorite go-to games for the whole class! I
Write the Room: Back to School (Triple Meter) is a fabulous way to get kids reading, writing, and moving around the room. Post the rhythms you want students to practice thinking, reading, and writing.Included in this set are:Level 1 - dotted quarter notes & eight notesLevel 2 - dotted quarter n
Rhythm Capture is a fun head-to-head favorite for music centers and sub activities. It is a great reinforcement activity for rhythm notation and duration relationships. This game can be played with only the note tiles or with a combination of notes and rests. Players will need to use coordinate gri

Also included in: Music Capture Bundle

These music rhythm worksheets are for beginners, with the beats of each rhythm adding up to TWO or FOUR counts only.Students are to match the phrases from the fairy tale to the rhythm that best fits.This is a set of RHYTHM SHEETS based on the following FIVE FAIRY TALES♥ CINDERELLA♥ THREE LITTLE PIGS
This file of 12 RHYTHM worksheets now contains 13 RHYTHM worksheets!! ♪♪ BONUS ♪♪ Rhythm of 21 U.S. States has been added to the original 12 worksheets!Students are to match the name of the given words to the correct rhythm. The worksheets are for beginners, with the beats of each rhythm adding up t
Perfect for Fall Fun - Apple of My Eye!This apple-themed “Write-the-Room” scavenger hunt BUNDLE is sure to be a favorite in your classroom. Just print, cut, (and laminate, if possible) each of the flashcards. Also copy the student pages - one for each student. Scatter and hide the rhythm flashcard
Create rhythms using fun apple words. Rhythms can be as simple or complex as you need them to be. Kids love saying the fun words to match the rhythms. Create rhythms on your own or pull rhythms from music you are teaching to reinforce them for the kids. This really does work for all Secondary Grades
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Grades:
K - 5th
A form of transportation....A consonant....Read the clue and look closely…the answers are right in front of you! Uncover the hidden rhythms by solving the clues and earn points for your team.Directions: Print, laminate and cut the clues. Project the game onto the board. Take turns choosing clues and
Grades:
K - 6th
Perfect for back to school time or anytime during the year! If your students love to do body beats, they will have fun with Rhythm Clap Backs! This bundle includes the complete pack (20 clap backs, 4 rhythm notation worksheets (including answer keys) and a memory game) plus the I Have Who Has clap b
Do your students need to move and get the wiggles out from time to time? Are they too old for Dance & Freeze activities? Rhythm Dance & Freeze was designed for older students with a TWIST!!! Each student receives a rhythm card. As the music plays, students read, then trade their card wit
Use this activity to allow your students to move around the classroom while practicing reading and writing notes, rests, and rhythm patterns. Print out the Back to School themed worksheet and the 10 clue cards for each rhythm combination. Post the clue cards around the room, let your students matc
Paw Paw Patch is an awesome folk song and game to get my elementary music students ready to learn about sixteenth notes! We play this game a lot in my classroom!If you are teaching rhythms to kids, this resource has tons of ideas to help you prepare, present and practice 4 sounds on a beat! Tap the
The Rhythm Chairs Game is a physically active and engaging way to teach students beat versus rhythm in elementary or middle school music. Students sit in the chairs to show how many sounds are on each beat, with each chair representing one beat. Level one rhythms include quarter notes and barred eig
Grades:
K - 1st

Also included in: Rhythm Chairs Bundle

Use these worksheets to get your students composing their own melodies, accompaniments, and rhythm patterns! These worksheets are designed to help guide students, from lower elementary through middle and even high school, through the process of composing. Rhythm and pitch banks, clear, big staves an

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