It’s another fun play along rhythm activity. The St. Patrick’s Day rhythm play along video is for elementary music lesson activities by Sing Play Create. Great for elementary rhythm music lesson activities in class and online.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY RHYTHM PLAY ALONG ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY MUSIC CLASS
St. Patrick’s Day elementary music rhythm activities with video and drag and drop google slides, digital images for online and in person music class lessons.
These activities are interactive and engaging as well as seasonally friendly for March elementary music lessons.
You’ll be able to review and practice the St. Patrick’s Day Rhythms using this video in your elementary music classes.
- Quarter, Eighth, Sixteenth, Half and Whole Note Values
- Play Rhythms
- Play and Say Sounds and Rhythms
- Create Rhythms
- Match Sounds to Rhythms
WHY USE GOOGLE DRAG AND DROP ACTIVITIES?
Honestly! students love moving the images into the boxes to create their very own rhythm patterns. This way you can keep engagement high in your virtual classes using interactive google slides activities.
You’ll be able to continue teaching rhythms, practice, assess using the presentation, video and google slides drag and drop activities.
This resource specifically targets the review and practice whole note, half note, quarter note and eighth notes.
Alternatively, these materials make a great SUB lesson with video, presentation and google slides activities.
Use the presentation to review rhythms and introduce the concepts.
Be sure to have students “say and play” the rhythms and sounds/words.
You may need to review one class time and then continue the next class to complete the activities.
Students may need more practice too.
Drag and Drop Activities- do these as a class first to demonstrate how to do the activity.
Assign or offer the create your own activities as needed.
Use the REWARD poster to celebrate learning.
WHAT OTHER TEACHERS SAY
“This is was a very helpful resource and my students really enjoyed it!”
“This resource is great for beginning music reading and composition! LOVE IT!”
I’m hoping that this rhythm play along activity can help you keep students engaged and learning in music class this month.
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