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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
Snake – Seconds
Students make a free-form snake of alphabet cards, repeating the 8 letters of the musical alphabet in seconds
Who's Playing First?
Each student chooses a do re mi card to decide the sequence for a theory class recital. The lowest pitch goes first, and then continue on in order
Students describe musical symbol cards using vocabulary, body movement and performance
Fine - 8 Notes and 5 Rests
Students match 5 rests and 8 notes (including dotted notes) in sequential order, played like other Fine games
What Can You Find? – Rhythms
Students find Blue Jello rhythms in advanced scores and match them to blue jello cards or blue jello rhythm cards
These Five C's
Students learn that the 5 C's on the grand staff are symmetrical, making it so easy to learn bass and treble clefs at the same time.
Triads and Chords
Students learn what a triad inversion is by writing them with alphabet cards, on the paper piano, and the staff. Also recognizing them in music and playing them on the piano.
Snake Variations – Seconds
Seven unique snake variations engage a variety of musical alphabet concepts