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This is a children playing musical instruments themed listening game to practice the concepts of a quarter and paired eighth notes (ta and ti-ti) in combination with pitch patterns comprising recorder notes G, A, B, E and D. Each of the 12 game pages contains three, 4 beat pitch patterns with one embedded sound file for the students to identify the correct pattern.  Each pitch pattern is written using treble clef notation.

This is a children playing musical instruments themed listening game to practice the concepts of a quarter and paired eighth notes (ta, ti-ti) in combination

online aural identification instrument game

Online instruments of the orchestra quiz. Students listen to and then identify the instrument

Teams race to find the correct pitch pattern in this train themed game to practice so, mi, la and do.  This file contains 3 versions of the same game.   Set one uses treble clef notation with the solfa written beneath each note. Set two uses treble clef notation with the starting note given and  set three is just the notation - no solfa.   Rhythms used are quarter notes (ta), paired eighth notes (ti-ti) and the quarter rest (ta rest).

The So-Mi-La-Do Sprint - A Race Game to Practice So, Mi, La and Do

Teams race to find the correct pitch pattern in this train themed game to practice so, mi, la and do. This file contains 3 versions of the same game.

This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their pitch reading and recorder playing skills whilst avoiding the Walter the Wizard's poison pattern.  Directions on how to play this game are included.  Rhythms used in this game are: the quarter note (ta), paired eighth notes (ti-t)i and the quarter rest. And, pitches G, A, B, E and low D.  Note names are included for this game and are written within the notation noteheads.

Walter the Wizard's Poison Pattern - Recorder Game for Practicing Low E and D

This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their

This is a fun way to practise the poison pattern game with your students. They will practise their pitch reading and recorder playing skills whilst trying to avoid Walter the Wizard's poison pattern. Rhythms used in this game are crotchets (quarter notes), paired quavers (paired eighth notes) and the crotchet rest (quarter rest).

Walter the Wizard's Poison Pattern - Recorder Game for Practicing B,A,G,C and D'

This is a fun way to practice the poison pattern game with your students.

This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their pitch reading and recorder playing skills whilst avoiding the Walter the Wizard's poison pattern.  Rhythms used in this games are: the quarter note (ta), paired eighth notes (ti-t)i and the quarter rest. This bundle contains 5 games: Game One: G, A and B Game Two: G, A, B and C' Game Three: G, A, B, C' and D' Game Four: G, A, B and E Game Five: G, A, B. E and D

Walter the Wizard's Poison Pattern - A Bundle of Games to Practice the Recorder

This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their

A game for your Music classroom.  Practice the absolute pitch names of the treble clef lines and spaces in this Halloween themed game.   This pack includes two versions of the same game:   Version One includes both middle C and D below and G above the stave.  Version Two uses only the notes located in the 5 lines and or 4 spaces.

Halloween - A Game for Identifying Treble Clef Notation

A game for your Music classroom. Practice the absolute pitch names of the treble clef lines and spaces in this Halloween themed game. This pack includes two

This private eye themed game is for practicing the rhythmic concepts of ti-ti-ka (one eighth and two sixteenths) and ti-ka-ti (two sixteenths and one eighth).   Each of the 12 game pages comes with an embedded sound file for the students to identify the correct rhythm pattern. Each page contains three rhythm patterns in 4/4 time signature and are two bars in length.

Rhythm Detective - A Listening Game to Practice Ti-Ti-ka and Ti-ka-Ti

For the Kodaly or Orff inspired music classroom This private eye themed game is for practicing the rhythmic concepts of ti-ti-ka (one eighth and two

This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their pitch reading (G,A,B,E and D) and recorder playing skills whilst avoiding the dreaded Arthur the Alien's poison pattern.   Directions on how to play this game are included.  Rhythms used in this game are: the quarter note (ta), paired eighth notes (ti-ti) and the quarter rest (ta rest).

Arthur the Alien's Poison Pattern - A Recorder Game to Practice G,A,B,E and D

This game is for projecting onto your whiteboard or Smartboard. This is a fun way to play the poison pattern game with your students. They will practice their

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