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Feed the Monster Game for Reading Rhythm or Solfege Patterns

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Looking for a fun (but easy!) game for young students to practice reading rhythms or solfege? Fee the Monster is perfect for young students-- it is cute, fun, and easy to explain. Plus, it gets them reading rhythms and melodies!

Watch the video directions here!

Directions:

  1. Print out monster (in color or black and white)
  2. Cut and glue monster onto a cereal box or gift bag
  3. Cut out rhythm or solfege cards depending on what you are working on
  4. Have students sit in groups. One person at a time reads a card. If they are wrong, they put it back. If they are right, they get to feed it to the monster!

So simple and so fun.

I designed my Monster Rhythm and Solfege cards to go along with this game. You can check them out here!

Level 1 Rhythms

Level 2 Rhythms

Sol-Mi and Sol-Mi-La

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