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There is nothing I love more than using seasonal activities in my classroom! It always gets the students a little more excited than just a regular worksheet or game would! I wanted to share with you one of my favorite easter rhythm games that has students adding and subtracting rhythms. Players try to be the first one to fill up their Rhythm Easter Egg!
Students can play this Easter Rhythm Game individually or in groups. To play, students take turns drawing a rhythm card that has a addition or subtraction problem on it. You can make some, or you can access my free resource library to use mine! Students calculate the answer from their card and take that number of tokens to put on their egg. You could use pennies, bingo chips, or even M&Ms for your tokens! The first one to fill up all the circles on the egg wins!
If students have trouble with addition and subtraction, you could also make cards that just had rhythms on them and ask students the value of the note.
Students will love the excitement of filling up their egg with tokens as they work towards being the first one to win and adding seasonal activities to your classroom can be a great way to engage students and make learning more fun. Give this easter rhythm game a try and see how your students respond! The whole game is found in my free resource library here.
If you are looking for a Saint Patrick’s Theme Game instead, I have a similar game here called Pot of Gold!
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