Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation for So, Mi, La

Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
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Ideal for the Kodaly or Orff inspired music classroom.

Challenge your students to crack the leprechaun's code.

This game is ideal for assessing your students aural progress for the rhythmic concepts of ta, ti-ti and ta rest and the melodic concepts of so, mi, and la. Each of the 12 game pages has 4 pitch patterns written in treble notation with the starting note given beneath. Each page also comes with an embedded audio file. Students need to solve the order in which the four pitch patterns have been played.

This kit comes with practice flashcards in an Irish design - ideal for practicing before commencing the game, an answer sheet for the students to record their answers and and answer key for you. Also included are small cards for the students to put the pitch patterns in the correct order whilst they listen as an alternative.

Game instructions included.

This game is also available in rhythmic notation with solfa.

This product was created using Sibelius 7 and Adobe Pro 9.

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Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation
Crack the Code - A Listening Challenge in Treble Notation