Drill three essential rhythmic values (quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes) with this musical math fact worksheet. Provide the answers for the first column of "facts", and then try to beat your score with more correct answers, or by racing the clock to complete the second and third columns in record time. This activity is great fun for the music classroom, as kids work together in pairs racing to be the first to complete the worksheet.
Each worksheet provides students with a chance to drill and practice a different set of rhythmic values. It All Adds Up | Free Music Rhythm Worksheet I is a great place to start. When the first worksheet is mastered, ask students to try the next one.
It All Adds Up | Rhythm Worksheet I (Whole, Half and Quarter Note)
It All Adds Up | Rhythm Worksheet II (Half, Quarter, and Eighth Notes)
It All Adds Up | Rhythm Worksheet III (Whole, Dotted Half and Half Notes)
It All Adds Up | Rhythm Worksheet IV (Dotted Quarter, Quarter, and Eighth Notes)