A great silly song to present and practice Tam Ti
This silly worded song (misleadingly about a llama, which it is not!) is a great way to prepare, present or practice Tam Ti. This song works great with conscientious movement to the beat, the subdivision, and the rhythm of the song.
This file includes both stick notation and regular notation with terminology for both so it will work in any classroom!
Works perfectly for:
-practice moving to subdivision
-practice rhythm – long short long short
-practice tam ti
-prepare, present and practice tam ti
-subdivision beat (the ti-ti pulse underneath)
-presentation slides for tam ti (dotted quarter, eighth pattern)
-slides that show how a dotted quarter note is created)
-practice slides with the new rhythm in stick and regular notation
-12 slides with the new tam ti rhythm (24 cards) using ta, ti-ti, half note, (and their corresponding rests) as well as sixteenth-note patterns Tika Tika, Tika Ti, and Ti Tika.
-Tap along with beat icons
-Copy of the folk song
-Rhythm pages with the new tam-ti rhythm (both stick and regular notation)
-Rhythm sorting cards for the song (may be used for composition as well)
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