Need songs, games, and activities to teach tika-ti or tiri-ti (two sixteenths/ one eighth)? This is a bundled pack of four different products. Save 20% by purchasing this mega-set instead of the individual products!
This 185-page product includes:
SONGS AND ACTIVITIES TO TEACH TIKA-TI:
*Five folk songs for teaching tika-ti, with notation and game/dance directions ("Ida Red," "Bubblegum in a dish," "Sandy's Mill," "Hogs in the Cornfield," "Lachen, Lachen")
*Lesson for the book "Rap a tap tap"
*Tika-ti learning center directions
*"Be a composer" worksheet
*Tika-ti memory match game (8 pairs/ 16 cards with directions)
*Rhythm flashcards for tika-ti: Each page comes with two flashcards, which can be printed onto cardstock, cut into two (on the solid line), and laminated for frequent use. The set comes with 14 rhythmic patterns; with most of the patterns being commonly found in folk songs. The patterns are first written with noteheads, and then in stick notation (without noteheads). The flashcards can be used for reading practice, composition, instrument playing, transitions, and more!
*Lesson plan for presenting tika-ti (35 minutes long)
*Listening lesson and slideshow with colorful visuals for Bach's "Musette" (3 mini-lessons)
*Directions on how to do paper plate improvisation activity, accompanied by rubric
*Rhythm manipulatives, with directions on how to use
*Strategies to prepare and practice tika-ti, physically, visually, and aurally
*Musical Math Powerpoint (make sure to view in slideshow mode!)
*"Bubblegum in a dish" slideshow, including lyrics, lyrics written on bubblegum icons, preparatory rhythm written on bubblegum icons, and rhythm with tika-ti written on bubblegum icons. Also includes rhythm reading chart with candy icons with directions on how to use
*Mystery Song: Hogs in the Cornfield written in stick notation with barlines and meter
*Sandy's Mill rhythm: Students choose correct rhythm for beginning of song
*Slideshow with lyrics for several verses of "Ida Red"
*Paper airplane PDF for rhythm reading, with tika-ti, ti-tika, half note, tika-tika, ta, ti-ti, and quarter rest patterns using a koosh ball or squishy ball
*SMART Board File for composing a B section to "Bubblegum in a dish," with candy icons. Suggestions for extensions included.
*SMART Board File with spinner for "Ida Red" game
*SMART Board File with Venn diagram for comparing tika-ti and ti-tika
*SMART Board File with rhythm manipulatives
*Tika-ti pre- and post-test, with answer key
*Tika-ti graphic organizer, with answer key
TIKA-TI RHYTHM BINGO:
*30 different bingo cards with rhythmic patterns (including 2 sixteenth/ eighth, 1 eighth/2 sixteenth, half notes, sixteenth notes, eighth notes, quarter notes, and quarter rests)
*A call sheet of all the patterns
*Suggestions for how to use the game, including how to assess
TIKA-TI POISON PATTERN SET:
*Ten poison pattern cards (written both in stick notation and with noteheads--twenty cards total)
*Directions and suggestions for playing poison
*"Pick your poison pattern" worksheet, which can be used as formative or summative assessment
*Rubric and directions for the worksheet
I HAVE/ WHO HAS TIKA-TI GAME:
*32 I have/ who has cards with tika-ti, ti-tika, half note (two or ta-a), tika-tika, ti-ti, ta, and rest (2 sixteenth/ 1 eighth, 1 eighth/ 2 sixteenth, half notes, sixteenth notes, eighth notes, quarter notes, and quarter rest), both numbered and not numbered
*Directions and suggestions on how to play the game
*A list of all the rhythmic patterns included
If you don't have SMART notebook, you can view the SMART notebook files by opening them at express.smarttech.com.
If you use alternate rhythm names, such as "du" and "du-day," you can still use all of the files, as the rhythm names aren't specified within the files.
Prior Knowledge: It is assumed that the students know 1eighth/ 2 sixteenth, half notes, sixteenth notes, eighth notes, quarter note, and quarter rest (ti-tika, two or ta-a, tika-tika, ti-ti, ta, and rest) prior to using this mega-set.
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