This SAMPLER was uploaded to accompany the Music in Our Schools Month (MIOSM) eBook found through this link: Music in Our Schools Month: Rhythm eBook
The bugs are on parade! Flying through the sky on lovely green leaves, they are trying to make the longest leaf parade without
bumping into any of their friends.
In this SAMPLER of the printable game, students read as many rhythms as they can without “bumping” into mistakes. The group that has the most bug rhythms at the end of the game wins BUT watch out for the "BUMP!" leaves that will take away all the group's cards!
With cards appropriate for both large group or small group play, you can make this a quick game to fill some time at the end of class or you can make it into a game for Music Centers and the like.
Packet includes instructions to play and some variation ideas for the full version of this product.
Full version of this game can be found by clicking this link:
Bump! A Game to Practice Quarter Note and Rest and Eighth Notes in the Kodaly & Orff Music Classroom
Other veriosn of this game you may also be interested in:
Bump! A Game to Practice Half Note & Rest in the Kodaly & Orff Music Classroom
Bump! A Game to Practice Sixteenth Notes in the Kodaly & Orff Music Classroom
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