Toccata Blocks

Learning rhythms and note values is an essential part of music education, but if your student is anything like I was, it can be a struggle to translate this information to a young musician. Enter Toccata Blocks - they're like fraction tiles, but for music! A whole note tile is the largest, while other note tiles are proportionally smaller, such as the half note being half the width, the quarter note being a quarter of the width, etc. On the back side of the note blocks are the corresponding rests so students can implement rests as well as learning which rests and notes have the same value. In addition, each set has bases that are proportionally sized to represent one measure of a time signature. For example: the red 4/4 base has a matching red 4/4 block that fits on the left side of the base. When the 4/4 time signature block is in place, there is only enough remaining room for four beats. Students can use any combination of notes or rests to create 4 beats and as long as there is no part of a tile hanging off the end of the base, they will be correct. A great way to make it easy for kinesthetic learners to grasp rhythm, beat values, and notation! - Laura




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