I’m gradually trying to add more to my Made for the iPad page. To find this page, go to the top menu bar and select “Free”, then “Newer Free Resources,” then “iPad Resources,” and you will see a collection of materials I use on my iPad. This is also how you can get to my old site. Just select “Older Resources.”

Today I am posting four more rhythm pages to draw on a mobile tablet.  Check out this post for more notes, and go here for a tutorial of a free, easy app to draw on worksheets with several mobile devices. According to the developer, the app works on an iPad, Android tablet, Kindle Fire, and Windows tablet, which is pretty amazing. [Disclosure: I am not affiliated with this app in any way and I discovered it by accident a few year ago.]

My iPad page is a work in progress.  If you are successfully using any of my material on your tablet, please email me with some feedback. Pictures are great, too!

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Let’s Draw Dotted Half Notes

Let’s Draw Eighth Notes

Lets Draw 16th Notes

Let’s Draw Upside Down Notes

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5 thoughts to “Made for the iPad: More Rhythm Notes

  • LadyD

    Thanks so much! These are great activities for the iPad!

  • Karen Warne

    Help! I am new to the whole “ipad business”. I now have one and am trying to get caught up on this technology. I have downloaded the MetaMojiLite, but what next? How do I get your stuff on it? I can’t print off the instructions because I’m not hooked up to my printer (another “duh” thing I haven’t figured out yet) Can you email me what to do next? Or provide a link to follow on my old PC?

    • Susan Paradis

      Karen, have you tried the tutorial I posted last week? If that doesn’t make any sense, send me an email. I will be glad to walk you through it.

  • Sarah Arnold

    thanks for all you share. There is slight typo in let’s draw upside down notes. flat should read flag, right?

    • Susan Paradis

      Thanks for letting me know! I fixed it, but you may have to refresh your screen to see the correct version.

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