This exciting Koosh ball game is a great way to practice identify do, mi, and sol aurally with your music students. Check back soon for more levels of this game, including more solfege syllables, more challenging tonal patterns, and notation.
This beachy koosh game template can be used in almost any subject area. Students should lightly toss a koosh ball at one of the buckets on the smart board, which will take them to a question. They can check their answer by dragging the shovel to
Students gently toss a kooshball at a dot, which brings them to an aural skills exercise! This game works on identifying patterns sol-mi-do, sol-mi-sol, and mi-sol-do, aurally.
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This is a fun way for students to practice reading rhythm patterns, and to reinforce the concept of four-beat patterns. Show on the smart board and have the whole class play in teams, or have smaller groups of students play as a music centers game.