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Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game

Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
Musical Alphabet Trail Board Game
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Welcome to the Music Alphabet Trail which meanders through the musical alphabet. Start on the bass clef and travel along the trail, watching for squirrels and skunks. If you run into a squirrel card you will move ahead. If you come upon a skunk card you’ll move back.
The object of the game is to be the first player to reach the treble clef circle space by landing on it at the end of the trail.

Though the game is perfect for fall, it is themed to motivate learning during any time of year.

Concepts:
- musical alphabet and treble clef lines and spaces note names
- moving up and down the diatonic scale
- basic interval calculations
- basic rhythm note values in 4/4 time
- teaching tips included

During 32 years of teaching music, I have found that students respond to fun, non stressful activities when gaining understanding of music theory. This beginning music theory board game is perfect for the music classroom or private studio. It is also a great activity to leave for a substitute to keep students engaged in learning, or as a center activity.

There are three levels of rhythm notation on the dice. The easiest die includes a quarter note and rest, double eighth notes, half note, dotted half note and whole note.
The more difficult die includes a dotted quarter note, single eighth note and rest, half and whole rest, eighth note triplet and four grouped sixteenth notes.
The most difficult die includes adding notes together to determine the number of spaces the player may move.

Consider this game as learning task, fun practice activity or informal assessment. Students can read the instructions themselves, play the game and learn joyfully. Use help pages to allow students to play while learning as they practice interval, scale and basic rhythm note values in 4/4 time. If you are using it as an informal assessment, take the help pages away while observing their game play and level of understanding.

Learning music theory concepts can be tedious, but when students participate in multiple types of fun learning activities with lots of repetition, the learning is fast, sustainable and enjoyable! If you the teacher provide repetition in a fun way, soon your students will understand new music theory concepts and identify notes and symbols quickly.

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