Let’s go to the ocean and play sixteenth notes in the Ocean Rhythm Activities Play Along Video! Elementary music students can review and learn the Sixteenth Notes as well as Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, and Joined Eighth note rhythms in the Ocean Friends rhythm play along using ocean animal vocabulary.
Let’s go to the ocean and play sixteenth notes in the Ocean Rhythm Activities Play Along Video! Elementary music students can review and learn the Sixteenth Notes as well as Quarter Note, Quarter Rest, and Joined Eighth note rhythms in the Ocean Friends rhythm play along using ocean animal vocabulary. There’s lot’s of materials to provide diverse learning opportunities for your students to READ-PLAY-SAY rhythms. The notes are also color coded to help students “visualize” the difference between quarter note, sixteenth note, quarter rest and eighth notes. There are games and activities to use with the video, & presentation too. This set of activities and materials will keep your classes engaged as they chant, say and play their rhythms. Great for whole class and Stations! Best for PreK-4th Grade.
Quarter, Eighth Note, Quarter Rest, Sixteenth Note Values
Read and Play Rhythms
Play and Say Sounds and Rhythms
TEACHING DIRECTIONS and ACTIVITIES
PLAY ALONG VIDEO Practice 4 beat rhythm patterns.
The Video has one slide with audio for the rhythm (clapping sounds) and then 3 repeats for students to do their own saying and playing as the teacher directs.
PRESENTATION in Power Point and PDF: Teach and practice playing notes using the teaching pages and practice rhythms.
Google Classroom Ready Slides Presentation with Link in the Teacher Guide.
Link to the Google Slides
Activities and Games
WHY YOU NEED THIS RESOURCE:
These materials make a great SUB lesson with video, flashcards & presentation for teaching and activities.
Diverse learning opportunities
Play Along Video helps with classroom management and student skills.
The teaching pages have examples and practice pages for students to say and play rhythms. The guide introduces one sound on the beat and two sounds on the beat. The presentation provides practice patterns to learn the notes, rhythms, and the words.
CHALLENGE students with rhythms combining sixteenth, quarter and eighth notes and quarter rest.
Please watch the preview to see the bright colorful images and a sample of the presentation.