Before you start, make a hypothesis on which category you’re tracking will have the highest count.
Listen to playlists from different genres of music and see how they compare.
Use this Note Value math sheet to have your child(ren) work on their note value recognition. For young learners who don’t already know how many beats each note type has, there is a handy key at the bottom of the sheet to help you out.
Create your own music math equations. Use the note values above or add in notes like eighth notes, sixteenth notes, or dotted quarter notes to make the equations more difficult.
Color circles that contain even number note values one color and color circles that contain odd number note values another color.
Check out this mini-playlist with music that is inspired by mathematical concepts.