Are you ready to say and play the steady beat? Play some winter rhythms? Create some rhythm patterns? This arctic animal themed winter steady beat and rhythm charts, and flash cards will fill your winter music classes with interactive opportunities for beat and rhythm activities. All rhythms are using the names of ARCTIC ANIMALS. Connect Music and Science with your Kinder and First Grade students.
Brrr…it’s cold! Let’s warm up everyone in the elementary music classroom with these winter steady beat and rhythm activities. It’s time to play some winter rhythms. Create some rhythm patterns, and say and play quarter note and eighth note as well as quarter rest rhythms. Arctic animals help students practice beat and rhythm skills using charts, posters and flash cards. These activities will fill your winter music classes with interactive opportunities for beat and rhythm activities. All rhythms are using the names of ARCTIC ANIMALS. Connect Music and Science with your Kinder and First Grade students.
Joined Eighth Notes
Arctic animal steady beat and rhythm cards.
Steady Beat and Rhythm Activities and Games.
Steady Beat charts with 16 beat, 8 beat and 4 beat patterns.
Rhythm cards for eighth & quarter notes, quarter rest
All materials in color and in black/white versions
Rhythm cards with 1 BEAT.
Rhythm cards with 2 BEATS.
Quarter Note: Moose, Hare, Wolf
Eighth Notes: Puffin, Snow Goose, Narwhal
2 BEAT RHYTHMS:
Reindeer Walrus, Husky
Northern Fur Seal
Short Tailed Weasel
USE THESE MATERIALS:
Music stations and centers.
Whole class activities.
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