Looking for ways to teach steady beat and word rhythm? This comprehensive set includes:
*Songs and chants to teach beat and rhythm,
including notation and any game directions: Bee Bee, Apple Tree, Cobbler Cobbler, Miss White, Engine Engine, Lucy Locket, We are dancing, Queen Caroline, Snail Snail, Rain Rain Go Away, Nanny Goat.
*Beat charts for the above songs and chants,
including beat sheets specific to each song/chant as well as an 8-beat heartbeat chart and a 16-beat heartbeat chart
*Rhythm charts for the above songs and chants
*Presentation lesson for beat
(includes several activities, "make conscious" or presentation moment, as well as a mini-lesson for the book "Possum Come A-Knockin'"; aligned with NCCAS)
*Presentation lesson for rhythm
(includes several activities, "make conscious" or presentation moment, as well as a mini-lesson for the book "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom"; aligned with NCCAS)
*Beat/ Rhythm Worksheet,
to help assess students' understanding of beat vs. rhythm
*Learning center ideas for beat
*Learning center ideas for rhythm
*Beat file folder activities
(for "Apple Tree" and "Bee Bee," includes directions)
*Rhythm file folder activities
(for "Queen Caroline" and "Miss White," includes directions)
*Strategies to teach beat
*Strategies to teach rhythm
*Song instrument icon packet
(for use with learning centers; students play the instrument shown to the beat or rhythm while singing or speaking the song or chant shown)
*Editable data tracking sheets for beat and rhythm
(includes columns for each student, such as "I can track the beat," and "I can tell between beat and rhythm")
for use with data tracking sheets
*Beat/ rhythm sign
Read the reviews:
"Great for an overwhelmed first year teacher!"
"Even veteran teachers need fresh ideas! I love the centers and file folders especially!"
"Students LOVED all of the songs used! It was seriously a highlight of their year!"
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