Whoops! Something went wrong.

Click here to refresh the page

Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets

Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets
Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets
Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets
Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets
Beginner Rhythmic and Melodic Activity Sheets
Grade Levels
Resource Type
Product Rating
4.0
1 rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

1 MB|8 pages
Product Description
This is a set of two activity sheets, one for rhythm identification practice and the other for melodic dictation; both are modifiable.

Possible Uses:
• periodic rhythm and melody dictation - ear training
• focus on specific rhythms
• focus on specific sections of the staff
• tracking or testing purposes for portfolios

Optional Directions:
Magical Music Cube - Beginner Rhythm Dictation:
Prepare 5, one bar (4/4) rhythms using the rhythms that reflect your curriculum targets. Set the scene by reading the text description building on the ‘solving the mystery of what’s in the Magical Music Cube’. There is an extra blank version to write in new rhythms for progressive uses of this activity.

Climbing the Egyptian Pyramids - Beginner Ear Training:
Prepare 5, five note ear training entries for each sheet you use to match your curriculum targets. Example, using repeated notes, notes that move by step, and notes that jump or leap (interval of a third). Again, set the scene of describing a climb on the ancient pyramids of Egypt, and how, in some sections, you have to climb one block, or more dangerously, leap, or dangle by a rope to blocks out of your reach.

Treble clef, bass clef and blank versions included.

Tech Bit:

If your students have a tablet (iPad, for example) with an app that provides a piano keyboard, they could play the melody back after hearing it in echo fashion, instead of clapping, or both. This method would allow them to see the interval distances of each group of notes, especially good for visual learners. I like to introduce intervals with specific melodies that contain the specific interval, e.g., unison notes are played in the Star Wars - Darth Vader’s theme.
The drum set in GarageBand could be used to repeat or echo the rhythms.
Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
Report Copyright Infringement
  • Comments & Ratings
  • Product Q & A
Loading...
$1.00
Digital Download
Add one to cart
avatar

Expressivo

33 Followers
Follow

Advertisement

Advertisement

$1.00
Digital Download
Add one to cart
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up