Pick a Piece of Pie Bundled Rhythm and Melody Set is perfect for practicing specific rhythm and melody concepts, especially around Thanksgiving and Christmas when families love to make pies for their holiday dinners.
This complete file is also available in my money saving Thanksgiving bundle here: Thanksgiving Bundle (Songs, Chants, and Games)
This zip file includes my 8 Pick a Pie Rhythm and Melody sets for the following concepts:
Ta and titi
Ta Rest (notated using both "Z" and standard notation)
(All rhythms are done using stick notation)
(patterns are done with stick notation and tonic solfa written underneath the rhythms)
*You can use these games with any system for reading rhythms.
A teacher list of all the rhythms/melodic patterns is included in each set as well as game directions.
This could easily be used as an extension from any Thanksgiving or fall song or even use the cards to have students compose a new rhythm pattern. All materials for this set could be printed on card stock and laminated to last a long time. Many possibilities!
If you have already purchased one of my Pick a Pie Rhythm or Melody sets and would like to purchase the full bundle, I will give you store credit towards another file. Just email me at LindsayJervis@hotmail.com Thanks!
All of the files can also be purchased individually:
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: ta & titi
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: ta rest
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: half note
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: tiri-tiri
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: ti-tiri
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: tiri-ti
Pick a Piece of Pie Rhythm Game: syncopa
Pick a Piece of Pie Melody Game: sol-mi
Looking for more fun games to practice reading rhythms?
Check out these Post Office sets:
Post Office: ta titi
Post Office: ta rest
Post Office: half note
Post Office: sixteenth notes (tiri-tiri)
Post Office: syn-co-pa
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