Music Games

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What People are Saying about our Music Theory Games

NoteWordy is a great investment–two games in one! So many options for play and interaction with the teacher and one student or more. Students learn their notes and word spelling but also about how to strategize on marker placement to get the most points! This game taps into higher levels of learning (as illustrated in Bloom’s Taxonomy). A “must-have” for any teacher looking to create fun and excitement in teaching!

Space Place (Primer) is the MOST REQUESTED game in my studio at the moment. With over 25 games at my disposal, that is really saying something! This game has helped tremendously with note reading and the relationships between notes. They will refer to them by the terms on the game board (skips on lines, repeat in spaces, etc.) I am so excited to use the next level with my advancing students. I even played it with older kids–they love the brightly colored game cards with the bonus facts.

Legato Lake is a brilliant way to reinforce those “must know” concepts. The students get a chance to articulate their knowledge by reading the cards. They love the brightly colored fish and the see-through markers. Definitely worth it–very versatile to be used with the teacher and one or more students. My students are excited about the next level!

Triple Threat Flats is a great way to assess the retention of knowledge of flat keys and their Major and minor key signatures. I highly recommend this game that can be played with one student and teacher or several students with the teacher. The sturdy construction and clever design of this classic Domino game makes it an investment of epic proportion without a heavy price tag. The instructions are easy to follow and this game moves along at a rapid pace for lots of fun in little time! This game comes in its own box for easy storage.