Rhythm on a Roll

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


Do your students struggle to understand the duration of note values? Here’s a game that I created for my own group lessons and it was a winner. I believe it will be for your studio, too!





Many students (even though I stand on my head and do back flips trying to make it clear) assume two 8th notes equal two beats.

The red flags went up so I was determined to develop an activity for an d626eed83fdba1f407497658e26d1b8eupcoming group lesson that would help anyone at any level to understand the value of notes and add them up with confidence. The game is similar to Yahtzee with a twist.

Your students will be adding up note values with confidence.

TIP: It’s a terrific game to play while holding performance classes, too. Listeners are quiet and focused as performers play their pieces.

Don’t hold group classes? It’s easy to turn this game into a studio-wide challenge. Details are included in the instructions.

1 review for Rhythm on a Roll

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Students love this game of chance, knowledge and competition ! I love it too as it “smokes out ” those who may be needing more help with written note values. Can work in group setting with teams / individuals or with single student.

    • Leila Viss (verified owner)

      How nice to hear it’s working for you, Jeanette. May I borrow your words to help spread the news? I like the ideas of teams, too.

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