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Adding The Counting To A Rhythm (Part 2) is an engaging and fun way to test your students rhythmic awareness. They will learn not only how many beats are in the note or rest but how to count the beats. This is a great intermediate sightreading activity and follows on from part 1 counting in crotchets/quarter notes to counting in quaver/eighth note patterns. Randomly generated questions, immediate feedback and help sections. Start with one note value or rest in the first unit and progress. Suitable for the first three years of instrumental or singing study - and beyond.


Use with voice or instruments or as a starter for sightreading exercises. Improve sightreading and aural skills. Can be used with teacher or independently.

Adding The Counting Module 2

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