Ice Cream Rhythms will give your students a fun and engaging way to practice quarter and barred eighth notes. You can use it with a variety of grade levels, using the counting system of your choice. Students will have fun reviewing rhythms with double scoops of ice cream and waffle cones!
This resource is perfect for:
★elementary music teachers
WHAT YOU'LL GET:
5 Slides of single and double-scoop ice cream cones (iconic notation).
•You can choose to have students practice steady beat or speak the rhythms
5 Slides of stick notation with quarter and barred eighth notes.
•The notes aren’t labeled, so you can use the counting system of your choice.
Instructions and ideas for use.
WHAT CUSTOMERS LOVE ABOUT THIS FREEBIE:
“I used this today with my Kindergarten class. They immediately grasped the concept of Tah and Titi. We had fun telling our favourite type of ice cream. An excellent resource! Thank you.”
“I absolutely love this resource! I use it with my 1st and 2nd grade students and they're not only engaged, but are understanding the concept. I like seeing things like this where the chanting gets creative rather than using ta, ti-ti, and du, du-de. Thanks for your time and effort!”
“I used this with several of my classes and they loved it. They really did a nice job of grasping the concept.”
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