Mar 202014
 

Review

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Lesson Plans

Rhythm Links

Rhythm Worksheets / Assessments

Songs with rhythm activities

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  5 Responses to “4th Grade Rhythm Lessons & Resources”

  1. Always amazed at your stuff and get inspired! Thanks so much for sharing. 🙂

  2. Great ideas! Thank You so much!

  3. I have a question: At what grade level do you believe, that students should learn standard traditional counting and be able to count and clap using 1,2,3&,4 methods.

    Thank you

    Steven Margarite

    • Good question, Steven!

      In the elementary music classroom, I have preferred to use other ways to say the rhythms, such as “ta” and “ti-ti,” because I didn’t feel like I spent enough time with them to really get them used to counting. However, with my private piano students, I taught them to count from the very beginning. “Ta” and “ti-ti” are more adaptable to a “wholistic” (for lack of a better term) approach, i.e. that I teach them to feel and experience the music before I teach them to read music… much like we learn language. Speaking before reading. But when I teach piano lessons, I teach reading right along with the piano skills. Does that make sense?

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