Pirate Mixed Rhythm Activities Digital Google Slides, Presentation, Video
Pirate Themed Rhythm activities for online and in person music class lessons. Teach rhythms, practice, assess using the presentation, video and google slides drag and drop activities. Use the video for your sub plans, online or in person. Students will love the Pirate Themed images.
Pirate Themed Rhythm activities for online and in person music class lessons. Teach rhythms, practice, create and assess using the presentation, video and google slides drag and drop activities. Students love making their own rhythm patterns using the drag and drop graphics in “”piratey”” language. Perfect for your upper elementary students too!
Use the video for your sub plans, online or in person. Students will love the Pirate Themed images.
Quarter, Eighth, Sixteenth, Half and Whole Note Values
(Teacher can edit this resource to use the note values for different grades.)
Drag and Drop Images (23 1 beat images, 2 half note images, 1 whole note image)
Images are in color and in black and white
Google Slides Drag and Drop Activity
Teacher Guide with teaching directions.
Concepts: Whole, Half, Quarter, Eighth, Sixteenth notes
Teaching Pages for Beat and Rhythm Values
Sounds on the beat
Teaching page for each value and sound
Clap the Rhythm review
Practice – Say and Play the Rhythm and Sounds
Drag and Drop Rhythm Pattern Activity- Fill in the missing images. (9)
Drag and Drop Rhythm Pattern Activity- Fill in the missing rhythms. (7)
Create your own rhythms with quarter/eighth, half and sixteenth note versions.
Create Your Own Templates (4) make copies of the templates and use the digital images to create your own activities.
“Ye Be Me Music Heartie!” poster to congratulate students on completing the activities.
Play the Video to review rhythms and introduce the concepts.
Be sure to have students “say and play” the rhythms and sounds/words.
Open the presentation and follow the slides, review, and practice rhythms with the students.
You may need to review one class time and then continue the next class to complete the activities.
Students may need more practice too.
Consider using the video a second time for students to play along.
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.
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