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Tracing Clefs – Alto and Tenor Clefs
Students learn how interrelated notes and clefs are by moving the clefs (treble, bass, alto and tenor) up or down. Music Mind Games materials make it simple to understand.
Chance Match – Major or Minor Triads
Students predict the sequence they will hear for two major and two minor triads making Chance Match a dictation game
Fine – Seconds Variations
Practice the musical alphabet by starting on letters other than A and by writing the alphabet backward
Hide and Sing
Develop skill for hearing and internalizing intervals and patterns through melodic dictation with the do re mi cards.
Keep or Pass – Music Symbol Cards Set 1
Together, students can safely reveal which music symbols they don't quite know yet. Then we identify, define and find symbols in a music score.
To play a real card game matching notes and rests pairs and placing the dotted rhythm values in order
Count the Beats
It's so simple to use the Blue Jello Cards to isolate individual beats. Important to play all the RR games leading up to this game.
Eye Spy – Clef Notes G, F, and C
Using magic notes, students cover the G, F and C clef notes on their melodic bingo cards
Chance Match – Major, Minor, Diminished & Augmented Triads
Students predict the sequence they will hear for major, minor, diminished & augmented triads making Chance Match a dictation game