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Rhythm

Discover schemes of work, lesson plans, classroom worksheets and interactive activities to develop skills in music for Key Stage Two to teach about identifying and playing different rhythm patterns

  • Venus

    Venus

    Select and compose pieces of music to represent different expressions and themes about the planet of Venus

  • Mars

    Mars

    Compose pieces of music to represent different expressions and themes about the planet Mars

  • Rocket Rhythms

    Rocket Rhythms

    Develop and compose eight beat rhythm patterns to reflect space travel by rocket through space

  • Storm Orchestra

    Storm Orchestra

    Select and perform a range of rhythm patterns to represent a storm that can be played as a group composition

  • Rainstorm

    Rainstorm

    Compose and perform a range of different rhythm patterns that can represent the sounds that can be heard during a rainstorm

  • Thunder and Lightning

    Thunder and Lightning

    Select and perform a range of different rhythm patterns to represent a type of weather

  • Changing Tempo

    Changing Tempo

    Compose and perform a selection of different four beat rhythm patterns at a range of quick and slow tempos

  • Rhythm Words

    Rhythm Words

    Select a range of word phrases to develop rhythm patterns that can be used to represent rain

  • Weather Sounds

    Weather Sounds

    Explore some of the musical techniques that can be used to create sounds representing different types of weather

  • Times Table Game Sevens
    Play a game to recall and use each of the different multiplication facts in the seven times table
  • Times Table Sums Sevens
    Complete a selection of different number calculations using the questions and products in the seven times table
  • Light Controls
    Practise selecting and entering commands to control different procedures and outcomes to match specific functions when using light
  • Light Functions
    Write and test procedures to control a set of lights to match a specific function