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Rhythm Games / Activities to Improve Rhythmic Coordination (that work)
First step plain quarter notes with your feet.
Next clap a rhythm. (See below for suggestions.)
Put your steps on quarter note beats together with clapping the rhythm. Follow the instructions & apply them each week with the new rhythm, or one your teacher expects. You can also use this pattern with a scale by playing a chosen rhythm on each note of a scale.
These are all things I have made to promote and inspire our work in string playing, so would you please let me know if any of my ideas are useful to you? Thanks a lot! xx – Bonny
Take this rhythm and clap it while stepping quarter notes with your feet. Follow the instructions & apply them each week with the new rhythm, or one your teacher expects.