Music teachers, take note! If you are looking for interactive paper & glue activities and colouring pages to keep your Mini-Mozarts busy, look no further!
Children will pick up the concept of rhythm and beat with these 2 non-theory music activities! Children simply need scissors, glue and coloring pencils!
In the first activity, children get to color and cut their own piano keys - when the music teacher plays a piano key for the class, the students have to hold up the accompanying color! This is a great assessment tool to use as well.
In the second activity, children can either follow the teachers rhythm, or create their own! Students must understand that if you glue the bees beside each other, that marks a consecutive beat. However, if they leave an empty space in between the bees, this marks a pause!
The accompanying education app to this listing is called "Easy Music", a great tool for children who wish to train their ear, no theory required!