It All Adds Up! | Basic Rhythm Worksheets

June 6, 2010

Interested in a fun way to drill basic music theory skills. It All Adds Up! Rhythm Worksheets may be just what you need to help you memorize and understand the values of basic rhythms and the relationship of one rhythm to another.

Each It All Adds Up! Rhythm Worksheet drills three basic rhythms. Choose which rhythm set you would benefit most from learning about right now, and then master it. When you know them well, add a new set.

Instructions
Provide the answers for the first row of “facts”, and then try to beat your score with more correct answers or by racing the clock to complete the second and third columns in record time.

It All Adds Up! | Worksheet One (Whole/Half/Quarter Notes)
It All Adds Up! | Worksheet Two (Half/Quarter/Eighth Notes)
It All Adds Up! | Worksheet Three (Whole/Dotted Half/Half Notes)
It All Adds Up! | Worksheet Four (Dotted Qtr/Quarter/Eighth Notes)
It All Adds Up! | Worksheet Five (Quarter/Eighth/Sixteenth Notes)

 

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3 Responses to “It All Adds Up! | Basic Rhythm Worksheets”

  1. J.P. Dennis Says:

    These are very nice! Thank you.

  2. angela Says:

    Oh these are all great. My son is gifted and I have spent tons of time and money in so many areas. Now he wants to learn music, but we can’t afford a whole lot yet, so until we can these will help fill time.


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