Music Math: Create a Clapping Symphony (Plus Fraction Math)
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Students read simple music to create a symphony of clapping (all grades). Plus fraction math for grades 5-up. They explain how musical notes relate to fractions and identify a variety of musical notes for example, whole, half, and quarter notes.
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