Note Match Game: This game is great for note name practice!
With this game students will be practicing identifying note names quickly and accurately.
Students will LOVE this game because they get to move around and help each other find partners – they are highly motivated! It’s unlike your normal band activity and the change of pace makes it memorable!
If you’re not familiar with this game, it’s very simple to teach. Each student gets a card with a different set of notes on it. They identify the note names shown on their card. Then they find a partner who has the same letter names as them. (Music notation cards match up with letter name cards.)
DETAILED instructions (with pictures) are included along with a number of ways to SIMPLIFY the game and a number of ways to make it more CHALLENGING. The instructions are written to work with any of our “Find a Partner” games – rhythm value, note name, symbols or terms.
Volume 1 includes TWO individual sets:
Set 1 – Treble clef note names on the staff (5 lines/4 spaces)
Set 2 – Bass clef note names on the staff (5 lines/4 spaces)
Looking for a more advanced version with ledger lines?
Check out Note Match Game Volume 2- 4 sets for all instrument ranges!
EACH SET includes 16 sets matching of cards (32 cards total). They can be printed in full color or, to save ink, you may print them in “greyscale.”
Looking for a RHYTHM “Find a Partner” Game? Check out:
Check out Volume 1!
You’ll also love our Musical Symbols and Terms Match.
Similar band games we have available are:
Rhythm Envelope Game Volume 1
and Rhythm Envelope Game Volume 2
I Have, Who Has – Rhythm Volume 1
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