Sep 272013
 
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  12 Responses to “Note Pizzas”

  1. Ooh, I love these!! My theme in my room this year is “Music Is…” and right now I am focusing on Music is Math. These will be perfect! Any chance you could make a set with barred eighth notes? You are amazing!!

  2. Beth, Can you please tell me how to download these to my computer from your blog? I really love these 😉

  3. Susan Paradis has this same thing available on her site. I’ve used it with my students the last few years and have them figure out the fraction that matches the slice and we do a few math problems. I like that yours include the rests too!

  4. Hi!!! Is there anyway that you could create beamed 16th notes, making them appear as 1 beat? and perhaps even the 8th 16th 16th and 16th 16th 8th patterns as 1 beat? These are GREAT!

  5. Beth, I recently found your blog. I am very impressed! Thanks so much for all the tidbits of interesting music and ideas.

  6. Beth, you are so super duper awesome!! I may be missing this somewhere in the plethora of posts, but do you have instructions or lesson plans on how you use your pizza cards?

    • Thank you, Sheree!

      I use them as visual aides to help explain the division of beats. Some years I hang them up as decoration and refer to them often.

      Hope that helps!

  7. When in a group like this, can you put the image files in a zip file that we can download to just download the whole group at once?

    I love your stuff. It’s great. I’ve been making my own stuff like this, but it’s so nice to find them already made and organized here!

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