Rhythegories

Here’s a fun worksheet I used to start off this group class celebrating Mozart’s birthday:

Click here or on the above image to download the worksheet.

It’s a fun ice-breaker sort of activity, as it helps the students start working together as a team and share ideas with each other. Each team designates one writer and then the whole team contributes to come up with as many words as they can that fit the number of syllables indicated by the rhythm and the word example at the top of each column. I awarded 10 points for each column to the team that had the most words in that column.

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