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This is a challenging game of concentration with no equipment needed. People need to keep the rhythm and sequence of claps going around the circle. It could ...

Rhythm Game over / under type of partner clap. Could be played as an elimination game. Great beginning of the year game

Basketball Rhythms - Could be a fun way to teach different types of notes/counting in music class...or just use it as a way to give kids a quick break and have some fun! Way more exciting than rhythm sticks!

Rhythm with Basketball- love this idea! It would also be a great activity if you ever want to do a joint lesson with your gym teacher (we often do that during the end of the year when I get temporarily kicked out of my classroom during SOL testing).

Pass the rhythm around the circle and add some in as you go till you are playing 2 or 3 rhythms at the same time... great for getting the the kids to focus and listen!

Kalani, Orbit II game - This is a clip form Kalani's Together in Rhythm DVD, featuring rhythm games, group drumming and drum circles, interviews and more.

A fun four-part round using 'Dynamite'. Something a little fun for my a cappella choir!  #singing   #musiceducation   #musedchat

A fun four-part round using 'Dynamite'. Something a little fun for my a cappella choir! TOTALLY using this the week of CHOIR!

My 3-5's did this with tennis balls and K-2 with scarves. Whole notes with scarves were a full circle with one arm going overhead, and half notes were passing around the body. Quarter notes we passed the scarf from hand-to-hand in front, and for Eighths we waved the scarf up and down. Great activity!

Tennis Balls Stars and Stripes Forever - I've got to try this activity! (Teaches whole notes, half notes, quarter notes and eighth notes in a hands-on way.

Drum circle: Teach a simple rhythm like this, allow each student to improv after the four beats of clapping.

Drum circle: Teach a simple rhythm like this, allow each student to improv after the four beats of clapping. Practice clapping softer so the improv. can be heard.

▶ great activity for listening and teaching a sense of rhythm can change the various categories to fruit, vegetables, colors, sports, animals, etc. Primary Music Lesson: Rhythmically Speaking: 1 The Rhythm Game - YouTube

Primary Music Lesson: Rhythmically Speaking: 1 The Rhythm Game. Nice music lesson class would like

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