I Have Who Has… Rhythm Clap Back Game

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Were you one of the lucky 45 teachers that was able to download this game for free? For the first 5 days the I Have Who Has Rhythm Clap Game was released it was free! One of advantages of following FPSResources on TpT is the occasional freebies!

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I just updated the file to this game to include both ink friendly and b/w versions. If you have this file, be sure to re-download for the latest update. This is an easy and fun game to use in a class setting. Ever wanted to do a “invite a friend” group class? This is a perfect game to use!

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Full color

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Ink Friendly

 

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B/W

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Alice Miller

    yes, I”ve purchased and downloaded and printed the Clap Back Game but am a bit confused by pages 14 and 15 ………….are there NOT 4 beats in every example? Page 14 and the first on page 15 seem to have only 3 beats per example, yet there are spaces between, implying maybe that those claps are to be held?? I don’t get it……maybe you can clarify.

    Thanks………

    Alice Miller

    Lincoln, Nebraska

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    • foxxpianostudio

      Hi Alice, the blanks are meant to be no clap- meaning a rest. I’ve been going back and forth on adding a quarter rest notation. The reason I haven’t (yet) is because the clap backs weren’t meant to have any notation at all. But I’m thinking I may update the file and include both rests and some other possibilities which would actually give more clap back options. I would actually like to hear your opinion on this (adding the rest notation), as it would be helpful in deciding. I might put a survey on FB as well… Thanks!

      Reply

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