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I always love to hear about other people's best lessons and games. Mine? Kaboom. This is the game that students BEG me to play. We play rhythm Kaboom, Solfege Kaboom, treble clef Kaboom, recorder Kaboom, etc. And they eat it up.
Kaboom is a great game. print out the cards and put them into a box or bucket. Students take turn pulling out a card and singing it. If they get it right, they keep it. If it is wrong, they put it up. If they get a Kaboom, then they put all the cards back. Most cards at the end wins. This game never ends because eventually, they get Kaboom and put all their cards back in the bucket and start over.
I also like to listen and use it as an informal assessment.
This game has sol mi and sol mi la patterns (on separate pages, so you could use just one of the other). You can use notes on the treble clef, note on the treble clef with S's, M's and L's to help, or just the letters. I use this to differentiate in my elementary music centers.
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