In creating piano printables during the era of social isolation, Andrea and I have focused on self-directed, quiet activities that educate students and provide peace for parents.
Today we’re doing things a little different. Because it’s healthy for kids to just be… kids!
So, to all of your parents, send them our sincerest apologies. Things are about to get noisy 😉
It’s our hope, however, that when your piano students complete today’s activity, and when your piano parents see their kids acting like kids (with smiles a mile wide) the noise-induced headaches will be worth it.
So, let’s get started with some rhythm chaos.
Taking Clap backs To The Next Noisy Level
Clap backs have always been a teacher’s go-to rhythm-training exercise. Well, our Rhythm Chaos exercises aren’t that much different. They’re just way cooler!
We’re taking clap backs to the next noisy level.
In today’s activity, we are challenging your students to perform lines of rhythm using household objects and goofy actions as rhythm instruments.
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