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# Roll a Measure Digital Board Game for Rhythm + Meter on Google Slides

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Missing out on all the fun board games and centers for elementary music? Not anymore! This is a digital board game on Google Slides that allows students to practice composition, beats per measure, and rhythm, all while having fun! Students will be composing rhythms easily with this game.

In the Google Slides activity, students will click the die (an embedded YouTube video) to roll the dice. The can stop it at any time. Whatever side of the die is up will show them what rhythm to select. So if it lands on 1, they will drag a quarter note from under the one side of the die. Then they will continue this process until they have finished their measure-- without going over the correct number of beats.

If you're playing together, you can make it a race!

You will want to make sure to make a copy for each student. (Need help figuring our how to do that? Click here to watch a video about it!) They will need to be able to edit.

There are slides with different rhythms including 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 5/4, 3/8, 6/8, and 9/8. Included are all of the different rhythms ranging from quarter and eighth notes all the way to dotted-eighth sixteenths and syncopa. You can use whichever one your students are working on, which means that you can use it with every grade level.

All rhythms are also included in stick notation.

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• 10 slides with different measures
• Every rhythm is included

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