30 Rhythm Flashcards – Set 1
Quality flashcards all laminated and magnetised
Size: 1/2 an A4 page – landscape
Rhythm time-names are spoken syllables that represent the duration of sound. They are an effective teaching tool when focusing on rhythm as an isolated musical element. As children develop the ability to recognise and say time-names, they can transfer this skill to assist them in aural decoding and rhythmic sight-reading.
Developing rhythm skills is the usual starting point for someone beginning a music program. Students and teachers alike love the versatility these easily manipulated and versatile resources offer.
The rhythm music flashcards come in stick notation (rhythm shorthand – no stems) in packs of 30 cards. Ranging from simple 4 beat patterns to more advanced patterns, the Rhythm Flashcards come in Sets 1 – 4. They can be used in conjunction with the Take Note Music Writing books or as standalone practice activities.
Learning benefits: The stick notation music flashcards are especially useful for preparation for rhythmic dictation activities. As they are easily manipulated, they are useful for games of memorisation, improvisation and composition.