Monday, October 17, 2016

Rhythm Magnets


Rhythm magnets for elementary orchestra classroom


Here are some magnets I made for different rhythms.  The length of each magnets corresponds to the number of beats (one beat = 6 inches).  I also color-coded the background of rhythm by the number of beats represented (which matches the rhythm bulletin board).  This will be a very visual way to see the relationships between different rhythmic values and to create measures with different note values.

The documents have the rhythms already spaced out--just cut on the line (or cut it slightly smaller than the lines to make room for a colored border).  The longer values (whole note, dotted-half note, etc.) will need extra white paper on either end to make them the corresponding length.  Then, after laminating, I just cut strips of adhesive magnetic sheets to finish them off.

I'm able to use these on the white board or on my teacher desk, as both are magnetic.


Rhythm magnets for elementary orchestra classroom

Rhythm magnets for elementary orchestra classroom

Rhythm magnets for elementary orchestra classroom


Rhythm magnets for elementary orchestra classroom





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