Ties in Music Theory Activity for Google Slides
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- A bundle of 12 digital rhythm activities for use in music classrooms of any grade level or type. These activities can work in 2nd grade general music and also work in high school band! The activities are aligned to our Theory Experts Curriculum, or can be used independently without issue. All actPrice $25.00Original Price $33.00Save $8.00
Teach students how ties function in music theory. Build a tied note to equal the duration given, select which notes indicate a new sound in a line of rhythm with ties, and place bar lines where needed in a line of rhythm with ties. Three different activity styles with 14 total exercises or slides. Includes a PDF answer key. This is a digital interactive drag and drop activity for Google Slides™. Includes Embedded YouTube Video Lesson that teaches skills needed to complete the activity!
Get this product and MANY more digital rhythm activities in our Rhythm Activities BUNDLE for THEORY Experts.
This product aligns with our Theory Experts Curriculum, or can be used independently without issue.
This resource is perfect for:
✅ K-12 Music Students
✅ Developing students understanding of ties in music.
✅ Class Activity or Individual Work
What’s Included With Your Download:
✅ 14 Google Slides with 3 Different Activity Styles (view thumbnails)
✅ Answer Key as PDF
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