Whoo Loves Rhythm? Kids love rhythm and these fun and engaging PDFs are awesome for practicing rhythm reading and partwork! Your students will start by reading a solo rhythm. Then they will add a rhythmic ostinato that can be used for partwork, as an instrumental part or have them clap the ostinato while saying the rhythm (Super challenging!)
There are two games for each of the following rhythmic elements, one in stick notation without note heads and one in stick notation with note heads:
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