Rhythm Circle Throwback Thursday
Rhythm Circle for 16ths

Today’s Throwback Thursday goes really way back. I first drew these by hand for my students when I was a classroom music teacher. It makes it really easy for students to learn how many 16ths equal a whole note. In a way, this worksheet goes along with my previous post a few days ago about […]

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Throwback Thursday Clover Full of Notes
This rhythm worksheet is for students to work on note values. They draw half notes in the first ring, quarter notes in the middle, and then eighths notes.

The Clover Full of Notes rhythm worksheet is for students to work on note values. They draw half notes in the first ring around the whole notes, quarter notes in the middle leaves, and eighth notes on the outside leaves. If you have ever used Rhythm Pizza, (it’s free) this works on the same concept. […]

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Rhythm in the Grid Poster
Throwback Thursday is a weekly review of free material from Susan Paradis Piano Teaching Resources.

Today’s Throwback Thursday is a set of posters from 2008 that has helped a lot of students understand difficult rhythm values! Rhythm in the Grid is a set of two posters showing how to count sixteenth and eighth notes. I made this “pre-computer” many years ago, and it has been helpful with many students. This is […]

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