I Have Who Has? Rhythm Game for Formative Assessment

I Have Who Has? Rhythm Game for Formative Assessment
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This slick and clean design of this classic game will be perfect for all ages and all classrooms!

All 16 possible combinations for Quarter Note {Ta} and Eighth Note Pair {Titi} are included in this beginning set of traditional notation symbols.

Simply print on cardstock, cut along the lines, laminate, and you're ready to go!

How to use this set:
♬ Large group game.
♬ For larger classes, have students pair up on a card, a perfect opportunity to differentiate instruction.
♬ Center game. Students deal out all the cards and play in a small group.

Due to the nature of the game, students have to both recognize a rhythm aurally and read the rhythm on their own card!

Game Rules:
1. Player with card one goes first.
2. On turn student says, "I have" and then claps and says the rhythm. Then they say "Who has?" and claps and says the second rhythm.
3. The person who has the rhythm the last player just called takes their turn.
Easy and fun!

Looking for more resources to prepare and practice rhythm? Have a look at my flashcard sets:
Rhythm Flashcards Set 1 {Ta, Titi, Ta-ah}
Rhythm Flashcards Set 2 {Takadimi, TikaTika, Tiritiri}


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Orff, Kodaly, music education, music, rhythm, flashcards, beat, printables, assessment
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