Bingo: Musical Symbols Bingo will engage students not only in the excitement of playing the game, but in discussions and recognition of different musical notation used in the game. For grades 3-8+, the discussions could include both information about the musical symbols and examples of their use in music and songs. There are 30 of the most common musical symbols.
Each game lasts about 5 minutes, and can be used as a reward at the end of class time, or as part of a lesson. The page with the 30 types of musical notation can be cut apart, and the pieces chosen at random and placed on the wall or under the document reader for students to see.
There are 4 Bingo cards on each of the 9 pages, which can be cut apart to create 36 individual games. Students can play using bingo chips or coins to cover the winning squares. For years of use, the cards can be laminated, or places in small sandwich bags, taped on the back, and dry erase markers can be used to mark winning squares.
Included in this set:
1 page of 30 types of musical notation teacher cards to cut apart
9 pages with 4 game cards on each for up to 36 students
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