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Klapritme spelletje >>> je kan dit gebruiken als een eliminatiespel

Rhythm Game over / under type of partner clap. Could be played as an elimination game. Great beginning of the year game

Basketball Rhythms - Could be a fun way to teach different types of notes/counting in music class...or just use it as a way to give kids a quick break and have some fun! Way more exciting than rhythm sticks!

Rhythm with Basketball- love this idea! It would also be a great activity if you ever want to do a joint lesson with your gym teacher (we often do that during the end of the year when I get temporarily kicked out of my classroom during SOL testing).

▶ great activity for listening and teaching a sense of rhythm can change the various categories to fruit, vegetables, colors, sports, animals, etc. Primary Music Lesson: Rhythmically Speaking: 1 The Rhythm Game - YouTube

Primary Music Lesson: Rhythmically Speaking: 1 The Rhythm Game. Nice music lesson class would like

LOVE LOVE LOVE this! RETEACH Down Down with movements… the kids will love this!!!  PE Down Down Baby from New England Dancing Masters - YouTube

Down Down Baby is a traditional singing game that is included in New England Dancing Masters (NEDM) book and CD collection "Down in the Valley".

Cooperative Game: "Connected"

Cooperative Game: "Connected" Alternative to 3 legged race Logic Level Orientation Also

A whole youtube channel of singing games. Really awesome for when I forget how one is played

Music Education majors learning the singing game Rig a Jig Jig. This is a process model for learning this singing game.

partner game "sarasponda" with rhythm sticks. these guys don't change tempo but it would be fun to see the chaos that would ensue if you did...

Partner game "Sarasponda" with rhythm sticks. These guys don't change tempo but it would be fun to see the chaos that would ensue if you did .

Obwisana, Dr. Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks.

Nicola Mason This version uses rhythm sticks instead of passing rocks. It would be interesting to try with sticks!