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I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition

I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
I Have/Who Has? Rhythm Game: Grand Staff Edition
Product Description
Kids love the "I Have/Who Has?" game and now they can practice the names of the notes on the Bass and Treble Clef Staff (a.k.a. the Grand Staff) with this "Grand Staff" version of the game!!!

This set includes three different versions with which to play the game, with each set containing 30 different playing cards:
Set 1: the notes are labeled in both the question and the answer
Set 2: the notes are labeled in the question only and students must identify the note on the staff without a label
Set 3: the notes are not labeled in the question or answer, so it's a great assessment for note identification.

Additionally, each set comes with both numbered and un-numbered cards.

Directions of how to play the game are included.

This is includes notes that are one ledger line below the staff. The Bass Clef includes Middle C and Treble Clef includes up to C above the staff (two ledger lines). If you teach keyboards, handbells or tonechimes this is a great supplement to those unist!

Please follow me on Teachers pay Teachers for monthly freebies and please visit my blog: Kids love the "I Have/Who Has?" game and now they can practice the names of classroom and orchestral instruments with this "Musical Instruments" version of the game!!!

This set includes three different versions with which to play the game, with each set containing 30 different playing cards:
Set 1: the instruments are labeled in both the question and the answer
Set 2: the instruments are labeled in the question only and students must identify the instrument in the answer based only on the picture of the instrumnet
Set 3: the instruments are not labeled in the question or answer, so it's a great assessment for the visual identification of instruments.

Additionally, each set comes with both numbered and un-numbered cards.

Directions of how to play the game are included.

This is a great assessment tool and can also be used as part of a general education "Music Instrument" study unit or as part of a music classroom's substitute teacher plans!

Please follow me on Teachers pay Teachers for monthly freebies and please visit my blog: Music a la Abbott
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