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Smart Rhythms Volume 2

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Smart Rhythms Vol. II  
By Linda Miller 
CD-ROM with SMART Notebook files 
Grades K - 6

This collection of interactive SMART Notebook files is a comprehensive resource for teaching, practicing and assessing rhythms. The 14 SMART Notebook files included use ten levels of rhythms. 

Level 1:  Quarter notes and rests, two eighth notes together
Level 2:  Adds half notes and rests and whole notes and rests 
Level 3:  Adds four sixteenth notes together
Level 4:  Adds an eighth note with two sixteenth notes 
Level 5:  Adds syncopation (eighth note, quarter note, eighth note) 
Level 6:  Adds single eighth notes 
Level 7:  Adds 3/4 time signature and dotted half notes 
Level 8:  Adds eight note triplets 
Level 9:  Adds a dotted eighth note with a sixteenth note 
Level 10: Adds 6/8 time and dotted quarter note 

The more than 120 activities include reading, listening, notating and composing with rhythms. Games are engaging - students will have fun while learning to read, write and compose with rhythms. 

Audio recordings of every flashcard are included. There is also a file that gives teachers ALL of the rhythm flash cards used in this collection as individual flash cards. Additional assessment suggestions are included in the Read Me file. 

Contents:
1.  Rhythm Flash cards (Reading) Levels 1 - 10
2.  Clear the Field (Reading) Levels 1 - 10 
3.  Go! Go! Ostinato! Levels 1 - 10 
4.  Line 'Em Up (Reading) Levels 1 - 10 
5.  Rhythm Band Rondo (Compositon) Levels 1 - 10 
6.  Crash (Reading) Levels 1 - 10 
7.  Practice Makes Perfect (Assessment)  Levels 1 - 10 
8.  Sing and Ring (Reading) Levels 1 -10 
9.  The Name Game (Listening) Levels 1 - 9 
10. Marching Drills (Reading) Levels 1 - 10 
11. Rhythm Rehearsal (Rhythm Erase) Levels 1 - 10 
12. See You Later Alligator (Create) 
13. Call to Order (Listening and Notating) 
14. Flashcard Resources (Levels 1 - 10)   

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