Select products are now available at SitSpots Australia for purchase. Prices are in AUD and shipped from Australia!

All products are still available on SitSpots.com. Prices are in USD and shipped from the United States.
Select products are now available at SitSpots Australia for purchase. Prices are in AUD and shipped from Australia!

All products are still available on SitSpots.com. Prices are in USD and shipped from the United States.
Music Notes Rest Pack

Music Notes Rest Pack

$42.99 each
Sku: 40168


Make learning fun by using this music rest pack to help your students practice and build their musical rest note fluency. These carpet circles are much more versatile than rugs, carpet mats, or markers since they can be repositioned and used over and over again creating new skill exercises for increasing musical and/or rhythm fluency. 

Included in this package are the following 5 different music notes, each printed in Bright Blue, Bright Green, Bright Orange, Bright Red, Bright Yellow and Purple:  

Eighth Rest (6 each) 

Half Rest (6 each) 

Quarter Rest (6 each)

Sixteenth Rest (6 each)

Whole Rest (6 each) 

These carpet dots will not work on hard surfaces such as wood, tile, or laminate flooring.

SitSpots are compatible with most carpeting, rugs, mats (but not all) and can be safely vacuumed over without shifting, lifting, or peeling if they adhere properly to your carpeting, rugs, or mats.

Not sure if your carpeting, rugs or mats are compatible with SitSpots? Order your free sample or else view this video for a fast way to check your carpeting today. 

SitSpots are created, owned, and operated by a kindergarten teacher.

Made from industrial strength materials.

Approximate size: 4" 

"SitSpots are seriously one of the best investments I have made. My classroom rug is all one color. The SitSpots give kids their own space. I told the custodian to let me know if they were a problem when he vacuums. He said that they don't move, even with the industrial vacuum. I do have some kids that pull them up to move closer to someone else, but once in a while I just readjust them and have the kids jump and stomp on them to make sure they stay down good. Really, it is just a way for me to have them get their wiggles out." - Stacy S.