Who doesn't love the "I Have/Who Has?" Games? They are fun for the kids and they are a great assessment tool!
One set is tailored to reinforcing and assessing single notes, two-letter words and three letter words on the treble clef staff.
The second set is tailored to reinforcing and assessing four, five and six letter words on the treble clef staff.
Included in this set:
* Version 1: the staff notes are labeled in both the question and the answer. This is the easiest version of this game. This version is also great to leave in your sub plans!
* Version 2A: the staff notes are labeled in the answer, but not in the question. This is a step harder than version 1.
* Version 2B: the staff notes are labeled in the question, but not in the answer. This is a step harder than version 1.
* Version 3: the staff notes are NOT labeled in question or the answer. This is the most difficult version of this game.
All versions come in both numbered and un-numbered sets.
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Spelling Bee: A Collection of Activities for Teaching the Treble Clef
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Candy Corn Notes! Your Cavity Free Guide to the Treble and Bass Clef
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