West African Polyrhythms

Try playing these rhythms by clapping your hands or with anything that makes a sound by tapping, shaking, etc.

Teach a friend the rhythm you learned to play and then learn to play a different rhythm that you can play with your friend. Record the two different rhythms together in Seesaw.

You may do this and/or sing with Dideo with the video that’s in your Seesaw lesson.

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