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Cupid’s Arrows are flying! This set of rhythmic games is a fun way to keep your students practicing rhythms all the while enjoying all the fun that Valentine’s Day brings. The games include various ideas for practicing rhythms that will challenge the students in both an individual, small group or whole group settings. In the title games, students will use Nerf Darts to “shoot” arrows and try to win more “hearts” then their opponents.
The rhythms are written in stick notation with and without noteheads. The rhythms are also not labeled to a specific rhythmic duration syllabic counting system. That is, if you use Gordon, Takadimi or Chêvé (traditional system used in the Kodály methodology) your students will be able to successfully read all the cards.
The rhythmic focus of this file is:
tom-ti or tam-ti
Other rhythmic elements included in this file:
tika-tika or tiri-tiri (four sixteenth notes)
ti-tika or ti-tiri (eighth-two sixteenth)
tika-ti or tiri-ti(two eighth-sixteenth)
syncopa or ti-ta-ti (eighth-quarter-eight)
Included in this file:
** Directions for 6 rhythmic reading games, including “Post Office”, “Music Four Square”, “Cupid’s Arrow” game and more!
** Landscape Notation Flashcards (Stick notation is written both with and without note heads and is includes two sets: one that is un-numbered and one that is numbered, to match the Cupid’s Arrow Small Cards)
** Numbered Cupid’s Arrow Cards that can be used for multiple games.