This rhythm game is great for band students to practice counting rhythms independently!
Students will be practicing:
- listening to a rhythm and deciding what it looks like in music notation
- counting a unique rhythm confidently for classmates
If you’re not familiar with this game, it’s very simple to teach. Each student gets a card with 2 rhythms on it. They listen as their classmates count until they hear their rhythm. Then they say “I have… and count their rhythm the classmate just counted. Then they say “Who has…” and they count the next rhythm to “pass” to the next student.
DETAILED instructions are included along with a number of ways to SIMPLIFY the game and a number of ways to make it more CHALLENGING. You will also see how to adapt the game to small group play and/or individual play.
I Have, Who Has Rhythm Game Set 2 focuses on:
Dotted quarter/eighth note pattern
Single eighth note/eighth rest pattern (on downbeats)
Single eighth rest/eighth note pattern (on upbeats)
It also reviews:
Dotted half notes
Beamed eighth notes
EACH SET includes 30 cards and can be played by classes of up to 30 students. There are also “alternate ending” cards in case you have a smaller class.
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