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Grab the dice and roll your way to victory with this wildly fun set of piano skill building games. But beware of the BUMP! With one roll of the dice players can bump their opponents' advances to claim them for their own, and send the game into an unexpected tailspin!
Chomp! is frantic, shark-chomping fun from start to finish. Players navigate the game board by choosing the best path and by correctly answering questions about simple rhythmic values and time signatures. Play if you dare!
Ramp up the fun with games that drill piano finger numbers, treble and bass clef note names, and basic rhythms. There's even a game that teaches kids how to make piano practice more productive.
Students navigate the Carnegie Hall parking lot with their own Matchbox/Hot Wheels cars, in this wacky musical symbols/musical terms game. The first player to collect 15 cards, with at least one card from each category, wins the game. Parking tickets are awarded for wrong answers.
Ahoy there, Matey! Want to add some swashbuckling fun to your music theory skill building efforts? PirateQuest™ provides young musicians with a pirate-themed game board and 30 essential music term cards to drill and practice. Mix and match the question cards to drill the musical terms they need to know. When they've mastered the first set, grab a new set of terms.
Pirate Quest™ | Music Terms Board Game (Premium)
In this twist on the classic "Let's Play Store" game the shopper (student) evaluates the value of each rhythm card that he/she has to spend, and pays the shop keeper (teacher) for the toy they have chose to purchase. Select a few toys from around the house, "price" them, and start shopping! Rhythm cards and price tags included.
Drill note names with this printable memory/concentration game. Select 8-16 cards ( note cards and alphabet letter cards). Then test your memory and your ability to identify the note names. The player with the most pairs of matching cards at the end of the game wins.
Ultimate Music Theory Pack for Kids is jam-packed with music flashcards and games to keep kids happy and engaged for many hours of music symbol/term drill. 50 pages.