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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Candy Bar Lines

 Candy Bar Lines Here is another worksheet with the  “Summer Treats” theme.  This is for a student who has learned eighth notes and needs some reinforcement in counting. I also made a black and white version that students can color, but this time it’s on the second page of the file. If you are not sure […]

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Made for the iPad: More Rhythm Notes

  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 […]

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Made for the iPad: Drawing Rhythm Notes

In my last post, I showed you one way to use worksheets on your tablet device, such as an iPad, Kindle Fire, Android, or Windows tablet. Today I am giving you some pages to practice drawing notes on your tablet in a piano lesson. I will be posting more pages in this series, so check […]

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Individual Rhythm Flash Cards

RhythmFlashCards These rhythm flash cards are about the size of a deck of playing cards. They are small enough for students to hold in their hands to play card games. A variety of levels are included, from beginning to late intermediate, whole notes to dotted eighths and sixteenths. There are 6 pages of flash cards […]

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