Lummi Sticks, the Americanized version of the Maori stick game, Ti Rakau is exciting to play and fun to watch. The game can be played by two or more persons performing various patterns of stick action to the beat of a chant.
Your students will become actively engaged in a variety of learning responses from listening, reading, and writing to performing, interpreting and creating. The Volume 2 cards extend rhythm reading to include patterns in 4 meters: cut time, 3/4, 6/8 & 5/4. The flashcards are numbered in a sequential order from easiest to most challenging for optimum results. Rhythms are printed on 64 laminated cards for durability and for use with wipe-away dry erase markers. The reverse side of each card is blank so you can create your own rhythms for expanded learning and fun!
This new approach to traditional Chinese Ribbon Dance combines modern, folk, and soul music with the excitement and beauty of flowing streamers. Over ten activities which can be adapted to the needs of students pre-school and up, be modified for special education or enhanced to challenge the gifted. Streamer and Ribbon Activities do not require the use of partners thus allowing individuality to surface.
A version of the Maori string game "Double Long Poi," is a rhythm game for any number of players. With a poi in each hand, players perform various patterns of swinging actions to the beat of a chant. Poi-Poi is an excellent game to develop quickness of hand and eye, rhythm, coordination, anticipation, and agility, and is exhilarating to play.
Original musical activity games (imaginatively using circles and sticks) that focus on the academic skills of counting, auditory discrimination, vocabulary, letter recognition, and self-awareness. Provides a variety of musical and physical experiences.