Improve your students' sight reading and rhythm vocabulary. This COMPLETE Level 2 set focuses on all the basic rhythm patterns for notes and rests in 4/4, 3/4, 2/4 & 5/4 time signatures. Note - This bundle includes all our Level 2 Rhythm Flash Cards - 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, for use on your device, AND they can also be printed out.
Each card is visually appealing, colourful, clearly laid out, and easy to use with your preference of clapping, tapping, takadimi, French time names, body percussion, or percussion instruments, etc.
60 basic one & two bar rhythm patterns (in 4 different sets) and in four basic simple time signatures. These sets cover all the different possibilities of note combinations at this basic level, including: crotchets, minims, dotted minims, semibreves and quaver pairs, and the crotchet and minim rests (for our American friends that's quarter notes, half notes, dotted half notes, whole notes and eighth note pairs, and quarter note rests and half note rests :) And the final slide in each set is an animated 'Congratulations' Gif slide - Great for student encouragement and motivation!
You can access these kid-friendly flashcards from any device, and use them in both classroom teaching and private instrumental lessons - either online via Zoom, Skype or similar, or in person. Printable on A4 paper or thin card so you can use a physical copy if you prefer.
Easy to use in your online instrumental teaching:
* Open in Google Slides
* Start you Zoom call (or similar video conference call to your student)
* When you want to use these online flash cards, share your screen & hop over to the Google Slides file
* Simply click through the slides - as the student performs each one for you
* If they are stuck, help them out by demonstrating it - so they can hear and copy it
Easy to use with one-on-one students in person:
* Open in Google Slides on your device (smart phone, tablet, iPad, computer, etc)
* You can then click through the slides, as the student learns & performs the rhythm patterns right beside you
* Enable it to 'offline' use, if you won't have internet access in your lessons
Ideal to use in classroom teaching, small-group learning, or buddy lessons - access with a computer or other device.