Advanced Rhythm Builder Tiles

Advanced Rhythm Builder Tiles

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We now offer an Advanced Rhythm Builder Tiles bundle to challenge and engage your students with more difficult rhythms. This bundle contains 12 tiles including: triplets, 16th notes, dotted-quarter notes, and single eighth notes. 

NOTE: This is for the tiles only. No Rhythm Builder Boards included.


With Rhythm Builders, your students become composers themselves! You can reinforce their understanding of note values and rhythms in an engaging hands-on activity.


Our Rhythm Builders come with a variety of note-value tiles. Because of this, you can select which tiles to use with your students based on their current learning level.


These cuties are made to last! So you don’t have to worry about the wear-and-tear they will go through in your fun classroom/studio. They can take it! 

Product Details- Tiles are made with top-grade Baltic Birch wood and have a double clear coating for easy cleaning.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Gretchen Thomas
Advanced Rhythm Builder Tiles

Love these, I got these advance to add to my others that I already have. I use these as a quick rhythm activity at the end of lessons or just for a break in the middle of lessons. I have kids clap the rhythms back to me, use words to say the rhythms, play them on piano.. there are so many ways to get the quick review in.

So great!!

I use these at least 20 times a week. My beginners love these tiles.

Marissa L.
Rhythm Builder Tiles

There are very high quality and fun for my students to work with!

Becky Buckler
Composition Springboard

I love using the short rhythm patterns that students create as a basis for getting their composing juices flowing. Give them the rhythm they created and a few melodic guidelines and watch them go! Whole note and whole/half rest tiles would be a great addition to the set.

Kim Pendergast
Happy piano students!

I’ve just begun using the rhythm tiles with my students. There are a few options to make up games with them. The students have all had a positive response to using them. And I can use them with multiple age groups and levels.