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All Game Types: Dictation & Sight-Singing
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Take Away with Magic Notes
Students love this game and will be able to hear intervals more challenging than those in many games.
Head to Tail Intervals
Students sing, point and identify 16 ascending and descending intervals using one octave of do re mi cards
Hear pitches within the scale and match them on one’s rainbow xylophone. Variations include do re mi cards and the staff.
Danish Zoo - Do Re Mi
After placing a deck of do re mi cards face down in the shape of an animal, players take turns making two piles in seconds while singing and using hand signs
Slow - Do Re Mi
Two players take turns placing and singing their do re mi cards in two center piles in sequential ascending and descending seconds
Magic Forehead Note
Two players take turns sticking a magic note to their foreheads. The other player sings the third above and below the note so the first player can sing the pitch and name the color of the magic note on his or her forehead.
When singing several lines on Melodic Bingo Cards side 1 together it rather sounds like Gregorian chant, an unaccompanied sacred song from Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries.
Scrabble with Singing - Do Re Mi
To make a scrabble game of do re mi cards and practice singing short do re mi phrases starting on different pitches
War - Do Re Mi
Students play the Classic Game War with do re mi cards to create intervals to sing