Music Activities with Spring Rhythms

Music Activities with Spring Rhythms

MUSIC ACTIVITIES WITH SPRING RHYTHMS

It’s time for some rhythm practice! Whether you’re at school teaching, homeschooling or teaching online distance learning classes, your students will love clapping and tapping these spring rhythms.

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REVIEW THE NOTE VALUES

The first section of this teaching video will help students review the basic note values.

 

 

 

 

 

READ THE SOUNDS

Next you can read the sounds.

Want to practice your rhythms?

Check out this Music Theory resource with VIDEO practice activities.

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Music theory resources for the elementary music classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAP AND SAY THE SOUNDS

Then, tap and say the spring rhythm sounds together.

CHOOSE A SPRING RHYTHM

Finally, you can practice playing along with the beat track.

Rewind the video to practice all of the rhythms.

Grab a partner and have them play one part while you play the other.

RHYTHM MADNESS

Finally, use some instruments or home made drums, shakers or body percussion to play the Spring rhythms.

In addition, you can use your piano, guitar, ukulele or other pitched instrument to practice learning note names, strings and pitches.

Try playing all of the rhythms on one note.

Or, try playing the rhythms on the notes in one chord, like C.

You’d play C E G.

Great way to learn your chords!

CRAZY SPRING RHYTHM INSTRUMENTS

For a bit of Spring craziness, why not try all the different rhythms using different sounds you can find at home or in your classroom.

  • wooden spoons
  • silver spoons
  • pots
  • pans
  • oatmeal containers
  • cans
  • chopsticks
  • balloons
  • rubber bands
  • hair bands
  • wood floor
  • carpeting
  • tile floor

Want to make your own egg shakers?

Check out this Blog Post!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CREATE YOUR OWN PATTERNS

Freeze the video on the section that has all of the sounds on one slide/page.

Next, create a 4 beat pattern using the 1 beat rhythms.

What?

Use only, WORM, TULIP and VEGETABLES to create a pattern.

Play your pattern for a friend or teacher, or parent.

Next have the other person play only SUN or RAIN rhythms.

Put your parts together!

Now you are making music with your spring rhythms.

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Most of all, have fun with these Spring Rhythms!

Sandra from Sing Play Create

 

 

 

MUSIC ACTIVITIES WITH SPRING RHYTHMS

 

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