Play this Halloween rhythm game “Boo Hoo, What are You?” with all grades K-2 grades reinforcing ta and ti-ti rhythm skills and encouraging classroom community. Play the game in whole class and in stations. Use the variations, printables and instrument activity ideas for K-3 lessons.
Play this Halloween rhythm game “Boo Hoo, What are You?” with K-2 grades reinforcing quarter note and eighth note rhythm skills and encouraging classroom community. Use the variations, printables and instrument activity ideas for K-3 lessons. Makes a fun small group activity for private lessons and smaller classes too!
There are 4 Different Game Versions you can play.
Build on skills using the 3 different versions of Rhythm practice.
Students can compose their own rhythm patterns, play with instruments and perform for the class.
Use each of these activities in a STATION or CENTER for 5 Stations
Rhythm ta and ti-ti
Sounds on the beat activity
Rhythm practice with pictures and with notation.
Printables include 6 printable sheets for K-3 grade levels.
Lyrics and Rhythmic lyric slides for teaching the chant.
Use the lessons for the whole month of October.
Flash Cards of character rhythms and rhythms ta/ti-ti
TEACHING ACTIVITIES, STATIONS, GAMES with and WITHOUT INSTRUMENTS.
HOW TO USE IN THE ELEMENTARY MUSIC CLASSROOM.
Play the game as a whole class. Teacher leads off asking the question, “Boo hoo pumpkin stew, I’m a ghost. What are you?” The next student in the circle then responds “I’m a ______” choosing from the words in the presentation.
After playing the game, then students can pick the person to answer the question by pointing to them or saying their name.
There are many variations teachers can use to give students multiple opportunities to say and play rhythms as well as create their own patterns.
Teachers may want to print the flash cards and give all the students a card to say and play and create.
Teachers may want to have students practice their rhythms on instruments as well as create rhythm patterns.
After students play the game, then the teacher can use these activities in small groups.
*Older students can compose an Ostinato to play with the Chant!
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