This week, we explain how to teach a fun-filled, interactive rhythm activity that goes down a treat in our classroom music programmes! Great for getting the whole class engaged, this rhythm activity gets every student involved in the music making process.


Classroom Music Rhythm Activity

  • Start by drawing the music notes up on the board behind you.
  • Instruct the class with this interactive song and actions and let the class sing along after you.
  • Start with long notes, singing ta-a-a-a
  • Move onto demonstrating a medium note, singing ta-a-ta-a
  • Then explain short notes, singing ta-ta-ta-ta
  • Finish off with really short notes, singing ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-ti


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