Piano Notes Board Game. Practice reading and playing notes, naming notes on a keyboard, and playing "words" on a keyboard with this fun board game.
*You must have access to a piano keyboard for the “Play the note” questions.*
How to Play: Each player or team begins with playing pieces on the image of a piano. Each turn begins when a player selects a question card. If he or she answers it correctly, he or she may roll the die.
Each side of the die has a rhythm that equals a number from 1 to 6, with the quarter note being worth one count. So, for instance, if a player rolls the side with a quarter note and a whole note, he or she moves five spaces on the board.
After rolling the die and moving on the board, play continues to the next player. The first player to arrive at the end (the child playing the piano) wins the game. There are also places to skip ahead or backward on the board if one arrives exactly on that spot at the end of a turn.
This game practices naming notes on a keyboard, playing notes after reading them on a staff with both Treble clef and Bass clef, and playing a sequence of three named notes. You also practice counting musical notation when you roll the die!
I created this game for my homeschooling son who needs to practice reading music and playing the notes on the keyboard. We think it is a lot of fun. I hope you think so too!
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