Music Rhythm Practice Game - Sweet Treat Rhythm Game: This game is perfect for Spring/Summer/Back to School in the music room! Project onto the board. Your students can use Koosh balls, or tap/click on the ice cream treat that they want. They will be presented with a rhythm pattern. If they get the pattern right, the get a "great job!" If they get it wrong, they will see an "Oops! Try again!" page and will be redirected back to the sweet treats. This can be played as a team game or individually.
This file is included in the following bundle: Sweet Treat Rhythm Bundle
I plan to use this as an individual rhythm reading assessment at the end of the school year in my own classes so that I can track student growth.
Hardest Rhythmic Concept:
- half note
Other Rhythmic Concepts:
- ta rest
This file may be used with any system for reading rhythms.
I have included game directions as well as a list of all the rhythm patterns included in this set.
If you do not have the capability to project onto a board, you could print and laminate just the rhythm pages and use magnets or tape to put them on the board for an assessment.
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This file is similar to my Stocking Stuffers Rhythm Bundle
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