Rhythm WAR in the Music Room · just a little more
Rhythm WAR in the Music Room/ Here's an updated version of a great teaching game. Reinforce music and math concepts with this fast-paced card game. A SMARTBoard file is attached to help you introduce the game. Playing cards (PDF) are attached and linked for easy download. A video illustrating the game in progress is also included in this blog post. Super cool and very fun!
RHYTHM LESSON 3 - Reading Readiness
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More Whole Note, Half-Note, Quarter-Note Games
This is the second post about how I introduced the kids to quarter notes, half notes, whole notes, etc. Be sure to visit the first post: ...
Music Monsters – Composition Game for 3rd Grade and Beyond - Make Moments Matter
This was a fun game that I happened onto with my third graders late last semester. I found these super cool die-cut monsters at the Dollar Tree and knew that I wanted to make something fun with them. I’m working on expanding my center materials/composition games because I’ll have my […]
Sing, Dance, Play: 5 Songs to Teach Sixteenth Notes — Victoria Boler
We've studied steady beat. We can tell the difference between it and the rhythm of the song. We've learned half notes. It's time for. . . . Sixteenth notes! I'd love to share with you some of my favorite songs to sing for 16th notes. Enjoy!