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Elementary Music Games - Rhythm
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Rhythm

Animal Cracker Rhythms- Grade K-2

Teach Children the value of Quarter Notes and Eighth Notes with this cute activity involving animal crackers.  Worksheets and Visual Aids Included.

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Original Lesson Plan by: Christy Lovenduski


 
 
Note Names

Note Name Flash Cards

Note Name Flash Cards allow students to recognize the names of their notes through visual and oral practice. 

Note Name Flash Cards  Treble Clef:  F4-F5                 Treble Clef:  Middle C Included

Original Creation by: Christy Lovenduski



Note Name Bingo

Students will cut out the Note Name squares on the top of the paper.  The Note Name Squares will then be glued to the Bingo board on the bottom of the paper.  The teacher will call out note names and students will identify the note and cover it on their bingo sheet.  Students may be allowed to make their own Bingo boards each music class, or the teacher may elect to retain the Bingo boards for use with other classes.

Note Name Bingo  Bingo Board

Original Creation by: Christy Lovenduski


 
 
Solfege

Melody Bingo

Students can practice their sight reading skills, note reading skills, or listening skills with this Melody Bingo board.  Students will cut out the Melody Excerpts squares on the top of the paper.  The Melody Excerpts  Squares will then be glued to the Bingo board on the bottom of the paper.  The teacher will may 1) play the melody and have students identify the melody 2) sing the melody and have students identify. Students will identify the note and cover it on their bingo sheet.  After a student has earned a Bingo, the teacher may ask that student to sing the covered squares. Students may be allowed to make their own Bingo boards each music class, or the teacher may elect to retain the Bingo boards for use with other classes.

Melody Bingo  Melody Bingo Board

Original Creation by: Christy Lovenduski


Melody Baseball

Students can practice their sight reading skills, note reading skills, or listening skills with this Melody Bingo board.  The teacher will divide the class into two teams.  Students will roll a die to reveal the value of the question.  1-1 base, 2 -2 bases, 3 -3 bases, 4- Homerun, 5-Strike Out, 6- Strike Out.  The teacher will then display a Melody Card.  The teacher may 1) ask students to sing the card 2)ask students to show the solfege hand motions for the card 3) play the example with one wrong note; the student must identify the wrong note 4) ask students a question about the card...How does the melody move?  Does the melody have any repeating notes? etc. 

Melody Baseball  Melody Baseball Card 1 Melody Baseball Card 2, Melody Baseball Card 3, Melody Baseball Card 4, Melody Baseball Card 5, Melody Baseball Card 6

Original Creation by: Christy Lovenduski


 
 

 

 

 

 

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