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So you've finally covered all of the instruments and their respective families! How's about an interactive game where the students identify the instruments in the order they hear them?
Look no farther than Instrument Drag n' Drop!
Students will listen to the musical examples (some synthesized and some real samples!) and be given 3 instrument choices (some all in the same family, some in different families, and some within the same range). After listening to the musical instruments, students have to put those instruments in the order that they heard them.
If you're using an interactive whiteboard, students can drag the instrument to the answer box below after they are finished listening the example. The teacher will then advance the slide to display the correct answer!
There are 10 examples included in this lesson along with 10 corresponding sound files.
Although designed for an IWB, students can play on personal dry erase boards or can even split the class up boys vs girls, team 1 vs team 2, etc, and have a race to identify the correct answers in the correct order first first.
Have a great time with this and if you have any questions, please feel free to comment below! Happy Instrumenting!