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из Teachers Pay Teachers

I Have, Who Has Rhythm Game: Ta, Ti-Ti, Rest

I Have, Who Has (or Glynnis's Game), is a great game for visually and aurally practicing rhythm. Students listen for their pattern to be called and then read their I Have, Who Has card. Included in this set:-24 big cards using Ta (quarter note), Ti-Ti (eighth notes), and quarter rest.

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Rhythm Game: "Busted!" Pull a stick from the jar, clap its rhythm. Pull another stick, clap both rhythms. Continue cumulatively. If you pull the "busted" stick, you have to put all yours back. Kid with most at the end wins.

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16 fun hand-clapping games for children's choir - great for a gathering activity or quick change-of-pace in the middle of rehearsal! | @ashleydanyew

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Bang! Rhythm Game." The game is simple. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. Beware of the BANG cards, though. If you draw one, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected." Concept could be used for anything.

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из Layton Music Games and Resources

Rhythm Flashcards

Rhythm Flashcards. These are helping me teach T & T to read music. It makes it seem so simple and they enjoy playing them.

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из Layton Music Games and Resources

Christmas Rhythms

Christmas Rhythms for rhythm auditory dictation. sing the song and have the students put the rhythms in order.

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из Teachers Pay Teachers

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game

MUSIC CENTERS: RHYTHM RACE NOTE NAMING EDITION LEVEL 6 - RHYTHM GAME - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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