Don’t Fret: Music Terms and Symbols

$49.95

Don’t Fret (™) is a perfect way to introduce and review music terms and symbols in your music classroom.  Great for two to thirty players, this music classroom game is the perfect companion to any curriculum.  Be the first to cover all of the guitar picks on your board to win the game!

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Description

Don’t Fret (™) is a perfect way to introduce and review music terms and symbols in your music classroom.  Great for two to thirty players, this music classroom game is the perfect companion to any curriculum.  Be the first to cover all of the guitar picks on your board to win the game!

Teachers will appreciate how quick and easy this music terms and symbols game is to learn and play.

Includes:

30 Double-Sided Printed game boards for both Level 1 and Level 2

Winks

4 Sets of Calling Cards in PowerPoint/Google Slides (Download)

  • Level 1 Calling Cards with Symbols
  • Level 1 Calling Cards with Definitions Only
  • Level 2 Calling Cards with Symbols
  • Level 2 Calling Cards with Definitions Only

Concepts in Level 1: Accent, Treble Clef, Bass Clef, Cresc., Dim., Dynamics, Forte, Piano, mf, mp, Eighth Note, Eighth Rest, Quarter Rest, Half Rest, Whole Rest, Fermata, Flat, Sharp, Natural Repeat Sign, Slur, Tie, Staccato, Staff, Time Signature

Concepts in Level 2: Cut Time, Common Time, Eighth Time, Rit, A tempo, Tempo, Allegro, Andante, Moderato, Chord, Coda, D.C. and D.S., Fine, Eighth Note Triplet, First and Second Endings, Interval, Key Signature, Legato, MM Marking, Molto, Octave Sign Poco, Scale Sixteenth Note, Sixteenth Rest, Subdivide, Tenuto

After playing this easy music classroom game, students will become more aware of the music terms and symbols in their songs. 

Additional information

Weight 1.0 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 1 in

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