In Brief: 
When played with young children Musopoly becomes a way to introduce many aspects of music theory so the child can learn about lines & spaces, Blue Jello, slow and fast tempos, ABCs and/or do re mi sequences, pitch matching with the rainbow xylophone, writing notes on the staff, note & rest names, music symbols and performance. Play is cooperative with learning how to role a die and take turns.
Objectives: 
To play learn many musical things in a joyful and active play setting. The ability and ages of the children will determine the scope of the information shared.
Prerequisite Concepts: 
Ability to play with others and take turns
Teacher's Role: 
Decide what each turn involves and play along with students
Repetitions: 
Often