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Rhythm Bingo Level 1



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Rhythm Bingo Level 1
By Cheryl Lavender
For grades 1 - 6

Beginning and intermediate levels of rhythm reading reinforced. Includes 30 reversible player cards with two levels of difficulty. Does not include game tokens.

Level A reinforces the learning of simple rhythm patterns in 4/4 including quarter notes/rests and eighth notes. Level B features more advanced rhythms with half, dotted half and whole notes/rests.

Rhythm Bingo Level II (550027, sold separately) has more advanced levels of rhythm reading.


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ive used this product before and liked it...dont have one of my own.
Beth V on Apr 28, 2013
Great for MS Music Appreciation classes!
Kimberly D on Aug 16, 2012
My students love this game and it's a great way to reinforce the rhythm work that we do in band on a daily basis. They are having so much fun and learning to recognize rhythms without even knowing it!
Tamara C on Feb 8, 2013
Who doesn't love Bingo? This also helps reinforce aural rhythm recognition which helps rhythm reading in a fun way. Great activity for minimum days.
D Asa S on Aug 15, 2012
We are not music teachers, but rather are trying to use music and rhythm as we teach music in our children's church. Would we be able to use this activity?
Carroll P on Feb 5, 2013
Best Answer: This activity is more of an assessment tool for children who have been learning what quarter notes, half notes, dotted quarter notes, quarter rests, and pairs of eighth notes are.

I have been in and participated in leading childrens music at church and I would not use this as a game. If you are just wanting to teach the children to have good internal rhythm/beat then sticking to singing songs that involve body movement would be more helpful.

Wee Sing music and curriculum has a wonderful set of church music and Christmas music that I would suggest you look into.

I agree that finding quality childrens church music is hard. I hope that this helps!
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