MTB Reading Skills: Fruit Rhythm Sheets (Grades 1 to 4)

(3 customer reviews)

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This free resource is to support students with the reading skills section of the Music Teachers’ Board (MTB) exams Grade 1 to Grade 4 and has been posted with permission of MTB.

Above each MTB reading exercise are fruit pictures which help students learn the rhythmic patterns.

 

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Sold By: Ruth Alberici

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This free resource supports students with the reading skills section of the Music Teachers’ Board (MTB) exams Grade 1 to Grade 4. It has been posted with permission of MTB.

Above each MTB reading exercise are fruit pictures which help students learn the rhythmic patterns.

Created by Ruth Alberici

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Age

All Ages

Level

Early Elementary (Grade 1), Elementary (Grade 2), Early Intermediate (Grade 3), Intermediate (Grade 4)

Resource Type

Worksheet

Teaching Focus

Exam Preparation, Rhythm

Seasonal

Non Seasonal

3 reviews for MTB Reading Skills: Fruit Rhythm Sheets (Grades 1 to 4)

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  1. Good ideas, but the stress on Man–go as Long Short vowels did not match the Asian way of pronouncing Short Long sounds such as Mango–

  2. Using fruits for rhythm practice makes it fun. This is neat.

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