Let the Winter Games begin!!!! Be it every four years or every winter, these games are sure to get your students reading, decoding, performing and writing melodic patterns with a fun connection to popular winter sports. This bundled set includes all the rhythmic and melodic games sets:
Currently (January 2018) this set includes the following for each set listed above (please note: additional games might be added in the future):
** two interactive PowerPoints: one for Figure Skating and one for Downhill Skiing
** Flashcard game directions and ideas for the following sports:
** Winter Game Relay Games: written in both stick and staff notation. The stick notation cards are written both with and without note heads. The staff notation cards are written in G=do and F=do
** Flashcard sets that match each of the 8 different winter sports, written in both stick and staff notation. The stick notation cards are written both with and without note heads. The staff notation cards are written in G=do and F=do.
-Winter sports include: bobsled, curling, downhill skiing, figure skating, hockey, luge, ski jump & snowboarding
** PLEASE NOTE: this file is too large to upload so you will receive a Google Drive link from which to download your product **
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