Game for K-1 Rhythms with just rests and quarters notes. Kids take turns taking one Popsicle stick out and reading the rhythm. They keep their out and build a "song" as the game goes on. When somebody gets the stick that says "busted", everyone performs their song and puts all the Popsicle sticks back! Add special sticks like "backwards" or "slow motion" or "trade with a friend"
Ever have one of those moments at the end of a Friday school day where your students are making too much noise and you don’t feel like doing any work? Well you have come to the right place! These set of silent class games are best to play if you are trying to get rid of that headache you got from yard duty or you want to introduce your weekend with some peace and quiet! - See more at: http://funclassgames.com/silent-class-games/#more-165
Whack-A-Note Games can be used to review concepts and be used in a game day. This specific version is for review and reinforcing the lines and spaces of the treble clef and includes ELA cross-curriculum support. This activity also facilitates on-the-go assessment of which students have the concept and how the group as a whole is progressing.