♪ Step 1: You will receive a random one measure rhythm in 4/4. The smallest value is a sixteenth note. The grid below is divided into sixteenth value subdivisions.
♪ Step 2: If a rhythm enters on a particular beat (grid box), select it with the corresponding answer menu.
If a rhythm lasts for more than one box (one quarter of a beat), add the rhythm under the first box it enters on, then fill the remaining boxes with arrow symbols (→). This shows the total length of the rhythm.
Hover here for an example!
♪ Step 3: When you're done, press "Submit." The correct grid will be revealed for you. Practice counting the grid numbers out loud and clapping when you see a note in a corresponding box.
♪ Step 4: Keep practicing!
♪ Need a tutorial? Click here for a demonstration of the page!
♪ Check out these other Rhythm Grids pages:
Click here for Rhythm Grids with quarter note subdivisions!
Click here for Rhythm Grids with 8th note subdivisions!