- NOW AVAILABLE: 6-Game Music Detective Bundle! Click HERE!This 4-game bundle for SMART NOTEBOOK will introduce and review treble clef pitches, BASS CLEF PITCHES (NEW!), rhythm values, and orchestra instrument identification. By buying the bundle, you save 20%! If you don't have the program Smart Note$16.00$20.00Save $4.00
- NOW AVAILABLE: 6-Game Music Detective Bundle! Click HERE!This 5-game bundle for SMART NOTEBOOK will introduce treble clef pitches with a boomwhacker mystery, review treble clef pitches, bass clef pitches, rhythm values, and orchestra instrument identification. By buying the bundle, you save 20%!Clic$20.00$25.00Save $5.00
- This is a BUNDLE of three of my Beethoven-themed games, plus my free "How to Play Ode to Joy on Recorder" video. In this resource, all the games are made in the program Smart Notebook. Click HERE for the PowerPoint version of this bundle! I LOOOOOOVE BEETHOVEN, so I make games like these to inspire$12.00$15.00Save $3.00
- This is bundle #1 of many of my most popular Smart Notebook resources, including "Case of the Missing Manuscript" (#1 best seller!), Beethoven Trivia (#3 best seller!), as well as Rhythm Taco Stand and "Faeries and Giants," two of my all-time favorite resources. Included are games, reviews, warm-ups$38.00$63.00Save $25.00
- This bundle includes some of my best-selling PowerPoint Games of all time! These all work with the program “PowerPoint,” so please make sure you have this program before downloading. This bundle has a $49 value! You can leave these games for a sub if they can use a computer! Preview above is of the$34.30$49.00Save $14.70
“The Case of the Missing Manuscript” helps students review the line and space notes on the treble clef. It is the first of my Music Detective series. This resource includes two files of this game, one for PowerPoint and one for SMART Notebook. Click HERE for a quick supplemental video.
Students solve clues by deciphering treble clef letter names to make words. This game only uses EGBDF and FACE, no notes above or below the staff.
The story for this game keeps the students engrossed in learning. In the game, they meet a music detective who was given a briefcase holding the first draft of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. He discovers a note from Beethoven’s friend telling him to go to a mysterious building. Inside, he discovers a fully decorated house. The detective has to follow clues using his knowledge of treble clef notes to find the key to open the case. The students click on items in the room based on the clues; these items, when selected, link them to the next clue.
When I play this game with my students, it takes approximately two 30-minute classes with a short review of the line and space notes (I included a page each for line notes and space notes) and stops for discussion as needed. Others have told me they can play it in 20-30 minutes! This lesson would be most appropriate and enjoyable for exceptional 2nd graders up to 5th or 6th grade.
I hope you enjoy this fun, interactive game!
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