Legato Lake ™ is a perfect way to introduce and review music terms and music symbols at four levels, pre-reading through late elementary. Great for individual or group lessons with up to eight players, play this music theory game in as little as five minutes. Be the first to catch all of the fish in your lake to win the game!
Primer A teaches pre-reading beginning piano concepts. Each additional level retains some of the previous and adds advancing terms and symbols. Primer B adds landmark notes.
Level 1 includes note reading in Middle C position, and level 2 progresses through late elementary and early intermediate music terms and symbols.
Please refer to images for details of music terms and music symbols in each level.
Teachers will appreciate how quick and easy this music terms and symbols game is to learn and play.
Each game package includes eight double-sided game boards, two card decks, winks, and instructions.
“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!” Linda R. Teacher
Judy A Shafel –
I have used Legato Lake when I taught piano students before I retired. It was a wonderful way to quickly teach the students the music terms and symbols. In the last three months I have been teaching my second grade granddaughter to play piano. We played legato lake and had lots of fun doing it. Her 6th grade brother played also. He plays baritone. It helped him learn the signs he did not know. Legato lake has very interesting colors and graphics that make an impression on the students.
Cher Marcks –
excellent learning tool for beginner musicians!
Jennifer Stadler –
This is a great game for elementary-age students. I love that it matches up perfectly with their method books. It’s also easy to play with mixed-level groups. I own both levels of the game, but I also used the online version during quarantine and my students loved it!