Looking for a fun review game for the end of the year? When it gets close to the summer, I am thinking all about ice cream-- and I'm sure the kids are too. We are using these solfege matching games in my elementary music class to review treble clef and musical literacy for the end of the year! They are perfect for music centers or workstations!
I wanted to highlight that song letters are on the treble clef twice, so nearly all of the words have two or three different note combinations. For that reason, there are 22 words, but 51 manipulative!
These are similar to my line of matching games, which includes rhythms, treble clef notes, recorder, piano, etc.
You can also get these to review solfege patterns as well!
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