**A set of 3 tiered Music Bingo Games based on rhythmic dictation. Level 1 would be suitable for beginners to reading music; Level 2 would be suitable for slightly more experienced readers; Level 3 for more confident students. **
Each of the 3 Bingo Games in this set has 15 different one-bar rhythms – 45 unique rhythms in total. Each game has 12 unique playing cards, which can very realistically be doubled up for a class of 24 students. Each game also has a master calling card containing 2 clues (one easier, one more difficult) to dictate each of the 15 rhythms on the calling card. Each unique playing card has a total of 9 of the 15 rhythms on it.
This set of 3 is specifically designed to facilitate and accommodate progress, primarily in aural dictation, although rhythms can also be read out if students are not experienced in writing down rhythms by ear. Nonetheless, 45 x (short) MP3 files are included in this download to enable the teacher (or even a non-specialist supply teacher) to run this as a listening activity; there are 15 x MP3 files for each game.
The Level 1 game is suitable for beginners, being based exclusively on simple minims, crotchets, and quavers. No note pitches are used; rhythms are presented on a single-line percussion staff.
The Level 2 game is suitable for slightly more experienced musicians, being based on quavers, and both simple and dotted minims and crotchets. Just like Level 1, no note pitches are used; rhythms are presented on a single-line percussion staff.
The Level 3 game is suitable for more confident musicians, being based on semiquavers, and both simple and dotted minims, crotchets, and quavers, including ties. Again, no note pitches are used; rhythms are still presented on a single-line percussion staff.
This set is available as part of a 6-pack Bingo Bundle, here: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/music-bingo-bundle-12178022].
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