May the luck of the Irish be with ye!
In this game, students will sing So and Mi on a five lined staff while also reading simple gold coin rhythms using quarter note and barred eighth notes.
Students gain points for how accurately their group is able to read the gold coin melodies. The team with the most gold coins from the pot of gold wins!
This PDF file is set up with hyperlinks the teacher can click on to progress through the presentation. Instructions for the set up of the game and directions to play are included in the slides.
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**Due to another more established teacher posting a similar game using the same name after I initially posted this product, I have chosen to rename this product so as not to look like I am plagiarizing someone else's product or idea. I did not change the name on this particular title so people who have pinned or bookmarked this product can still find it easily. Please note that the actual game itself is not changed, just the name. Thank you!**
You may also be interested in other versions of this game:
Singing for Gold: S-M-L Solfege and Rhythm Game
Singing for Gold: D-R-M Solfege and Rhythm Game
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