People assume kids need a piano to practice, but with our Homework Pages practice can happen at home, in a car, or at a sibling’s soccer match. These days, kids spend most of their after-school hours on the road. They often have idle time watching a brother’s basketball game, waiting in a doctor’s office, or being cared for in an after-school daycare.
With our collection of piano homework pages, students can fill their downtime with fun theory activities. Today, we’ve added three more pages to our collection.
Rhythm Hunt: When Note Values Meet Word Searches
Today’s 3-printable collection is called “Rhythm Hunt”. It is designed to reinforce a student’s understanding of note values.
To play, a student searches a note value grid for a group of notes with a combined value of 8. The notes must be in a straight line but can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.
When notes with a combined value of 8 are located, the student uses a colored pencil crayon to circle the group. A note can belong to one more than one group. After a group is circled the student scores one tally mark at the bottom of the page. Play continues until there are 23 tally marks recorded.
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