Welcome to the Mario Rhythm Challenge. Watch the video to see a demonstration on how to play. There are 4 levels of difficulty and a Bonus level. Here are the written instructions on how to play the game: Click the on the START sign to begin the game and go into LEVEL 1: In each Level/Page: * Click to hear the patterns on the stars * Look carefully at the patterns on the blocks * Drag the ⭐to match and place them next to the correct patterns * Click or and record yourself performing some or all of the patterns in any order you like 😊 * Ready to move on? Click on the LEVEL UP block (bottom right corner) to go to the next level/page. BONUS LEVEL - Watch the instructions on this page. * Click grab the and rub the brown blobs to find the rhythms. * Say + clap the patterns as you find them. Click when finished. You will earn badges on for each of the levels completed successfully. Remember: Click if you have not completed the game and wish to carry on later. Click when you have completed the game. Here is what you will find in each page: PAGE 1 - MARIO INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 2 - LEVEL 1 - Rhythm patterns using Crotchets + Quavers (Ta + Ti-Ti) PAGE 3 - LEVEL 2 - Rhythm patterns using Crotchets + Quavers + Crotchet Rests (Ta + Ti-Ti + Shhh) PAGE 4 - LEVEL 3 - Rhythm patterns using Crotchets + Quavers + Crotchet Rest + Minims (Ta + Ti-Ti + Shhh + Toe) PAGE 5 - BONUS LEVEL! - How fast can you be? Follow the instructions on the page. PAGE 6 - LEVEL 4 - Rhythm patterns using Crotchets + Quavers + Crotchet Rest + Minims (No words this time!!) PAGE 7- GAME OVER! - You will be able to see all your earned badges here 😊 ENJOY AND HAVE FUN! 😊
This fun Mario style game activity has been designed for students who are just starting to learn rhythm notation. It can be easily adapted for more advanced students by changing the note values, time signature or length of bars/measures. The activity can be used as one standalone activity that students can undertake in class or at home to revise learning of rhythm and/or for assessment purposes. It can also be split into a set of shorter activities (eg. each level could be a one page quick activity) to support the continuous learning of rhythm as students learn different note values. It can done face to face in class, as homework or in a remote/hybrid situation with support and/or completely independently Digital badges on PAGE 8 - A few options on how to use these: * There is an extra page with the digital badges to award as the students complete the different levels. * Allow students to place the badges in each page or do it yourself. * Alternatively, delete the page and download the badges from here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yyJrYi4Y39DWVXVgbFmiJH6Jz70oyalq?usp=sharing * You can also create your own rewards! I used Canva for education.