FOUR MUSIC GAMES

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GAME 1: BINGO
This game helps students to learn note names in treble and bass clefs, accidentals and key signatures up to two sharps and two flats . The game is particularly useful as a “filler” at the end of a lesson.

Dominoes

GAME 2: DOMINOES
Two games, tempo dominoes and dynamics dominoes. Each helps students to remember vocabulary.

Snap


GAME 3: INSTRUMENT SNAP
The game has students matching different statements about orchestral instruments and there are several different ways of playing the game.

Place correct statements beside each picture
Place instruments in score order
Place instruments beside correct key
Group instruments in families
As a traditional game of snap

Clustering






GAME 4: CLUSTERING
Clustering is a literacy strategy to help reinforce material taught. The discussion that ensues as students play the game is as important as the solution. One example is given, and teachers can apply this to a variety of topics.





The resource consists of:
Sets of cards for each game that can be photocopied and laminated
Templates (and pictures where applicable) for other suggested topics
Templates for making your own games on topics of your choice
Instructions for playing each game.


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