Looking for a fun game to assess students' understanding of ti-tika (1 eighth note/ 2 sixteenth notes)? This game has students scooting from one seat to the next as they answer each question, until they've answered all of the questions! This set includes:
*24 color and 24 black-and-white "Scoot" cards, to assess students' understanding of ti-tika. Sample questions include:
--"Which of these patterns lasts for 4 beats?" (2 patterns are listed)
--"How many sounds does this pattern have?" (1 pattern is listed)
--"If the word 'raspberry' lasts for one beat, which rhythm would it be?"
*Eight color and black-and-white "Brain Break" cards
*Blank worksheet and worksheet key
*Directions for "Scoot"
My students really enjoyed this game, and it was a wonderful way to assess their ability to think critically about rhythmic concepts!
Looking for more ways to practice ti-tika? Check out my Songs and Activities to Teach Ti-Tika.
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