This is a music symbols review game that involves the entire music class. The class must work together to get to the end of the game. This game reinforces the identification of 18 music notes and symbols. It also includes a blank page if you
This is a music note identification game that mimics the real Candy Land board game that we grew up with. Players take turns drawing cards and identifying the music notes on the cards. This includes quarter notes and rests, half notes and rests,
This is a round robin game that reinforces the knowledge of rhythm patterns, including quarter notes and rests, eighth notes, and sixteenth notes. This game would come after a lesson on note values and rhythm patterns. It requires team work,
This is a game which matches notes on a staff to the letter names of those notes. This installment deals with the treble clef. Students will spell real words out of notes on the staff. This can either be played as a class or as a music class
This is a game which matches notes on a staff to the letter names of those notes. This installment deals with the bass clef. Students will spell real words out of notes on the staff. This can either be played as a class or as a music class center
This is a board game that matches the musical symbol with the name of the symbol. Students do not have to know the value of the notes for this game, just what they look like and what they are called. This works great as a center game for Music
This is a flip chart geared at helping students identify the letter names of the notes on the treble staff. It is an introductory activity, that is why the names are on each slide for them to reference. It was created with ActivInspire on a
This is a beginner activity created with ActivInspire for the Promethean Board. The stave labeled with the letters are on every slide for the students to refer to. Students write the letter names of the notes on the blanks provided to spell words.
This is a review game for students to practice music note identification. The game cards include treble clef notes and bass clef notes. This can be used as a center game or as a review for assessments.