Key Signatures: Triple Threat Tiles

(2 customer reviews)


Sharpen your music skills with Triple Threat Tiles™! A domino-style game with a twist. Perfect for group or individual learning. Get the Key Signature Game now! 🤩


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Late elementary through advanced music students will learn to recognize major sharp key signatures and their relative minors with ease in this challenging key signature game.  Triple Threat Tiles™, a domino-style game with a twist, is great for individual or group lessons with up to four players.

Unlike a regular domino game, there are always three ways to make a match:

  1. The picture of a key signature can match its major name
  2. The picture of a key signature can match its minor name
  3. Major name can match its relative minor name

For example, a tile with a picture of one sharp would match a tile with the words G Major or E minor. Similarly, G Major and E minor will match each other.

Triple Threat Tiles™ are available separately in sharps or flats. Play each set alone or combine the two sets for sharps and flats in one game.  Combining the sets also allows for the addition of parallel and enharmonic keys if desired.

Each game includes 36 tiles and instructions.

Teachers will appreciate having this key signature game for advancing students that is both challenging and triple the fun.

“Get those students knowing their keys inside and out, Major and minor with this fun, fast-paced game. Great for teacher and student or with several students. I love having overlapping schedules so that we can “borrow” five minutes of two lesson times. The satisfaction of seeing the students KNOW THEIR STUFF makes this a great addition to any studio!”


Reviews (2)

2 reviews for Key Signatures: Triple Threat Tiles

  1. Sue Ruby

    Super quick learning curve as most kids know how regular dominos are played. Easily adjust length of game. Excellent for reinforcing relative major/minor. I wish the flat keys and sharp keys were available as one bigger set, but maybe cost was prohibitive.

  2. Karen Koch

    One session with this game and identification of key signatures solidifies! For the first session, I let students use the “cheat sheet” for reference, but soon it is not needed. I wish my teacher had provided this game when I was in middle school learning key signatures. This is not a speedy game, but it is well worth any lesson time taken.

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