Use this rhythm and pattern activity during transition times or on it own. Start by introducing a rhythm with 2, 3, or 4 beats; use your feet, hands, or entire body to demonstrate. Once learners have figured out the pattern, they join in. Once you call "freeze," learners must recall what comes next in the pattern, as far ahead as they are able. Discuss doubling patterns and allow students to start their own. Introduce patterns and duplication in this cognitive motor skills activity.
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