Instead of playing Boggle to create words, why not play to create rhythms and practice time signatures!
I have included a color and black and white set of all the rhythms. Print out, laminate and create your own boggle board on a wall or white board. My class loves to use this as an outdoor center, so I put them up on the window outside my room.
I have also included two worksheets--one with a 3/4 time signature and one with a 4/4 time signature. There are also two sheets that have blank Boggle Boards on them, this way the students can copy down the board on to their paper.
There are individual letters that spell out "Rhythm Boggle" that you may also hang above your Boggle Board.
I hope you enjoy this activity! Make sure to leave feedback! It always makes my day! Thanks!