My students love Rhythm Round About. It is fast, and doesn’t take up very much time in the lesson.

Rhythm Round About Game Board

Until today I didn’t have a version of the cards for those of you in the UK who use those quaint rhythm terms that always seem such a mystery to those of us in the U.S.,  such as semi-demi-hemi-mini-quaver. (That’s a joke!) I made these cards to fit business card cardstock, but if your paper is a different size, (such as A4) you might need to draw lines and cut it out.  Don’t forget I made some colorful backs below that you can print out. This photo was a prototype, so the final version looks a little different.

UK Rhythm Round About Cards

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6 thoughts to “UK cards for Rhythm Round About

  • Joanne Gorney

    Hi Susan, it looks like the file for the UK terms no longer exist on the website. Could the link have changed, perhaps?

    • Susan Paradis

      Thanks for letting me know, Joanne, and I fixed the link.

      I have been updating my website and it is so easy to miss things like this. I have many years of posts and I don’t think I will ever be able to update them all, so I really depend on teachers like you telling me about the broken links!

      • Joanne Gorney

        Thank you! I love all your work, by the way. Thank you so much for all you do! I especially appreciate the UK versions of the theory. It’s not easy to find those here in the States, so a huge THANK YOU!!

  • Maria Hanley

    Thank you so much! I can def. use this as we love our crotchet/minims words over here. You are very creative and a great inspiration to me!
    Many thanks from Northern Ireland.UK

  • Beverly Porter

    We in Canada use the same names as you do. No minims, crochets here!

    • susanparadis

      I should have known that! I have some theory books from Canada!


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