Music theory games
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I feel like I am always in search of good, fun, and free music theory games in my piano lessons that are painless to throw together. I wanted them in one place to just refer back to when I need music theory concepts that I want to teach or review and have fun at the […]
Zoe House saved to Music Teaching Resources
Free Music theory Worksheets, Scales, Chords, Keys and Note Identification etc
Arrinn Doner saved to Music theory fun
Do your students ignore rests? Here's how to give them the attention they deserve! This off-bench game is really fun... they won't realize they're learning!
Taryn Wood saved to Piano
Try this simple fun game of Rhythm Review with your middle school or general music classes. The games can be used for fun, as part of a center or even as assessment and review. Find out how to get your FREE printable rhythm cards to use with these music class activities.
Nina Goodale saved to Music Classroom
Summer is a great time to introduce students to music. Part of music is not only hearing different pitches and
Evgeny saved to Music notes
Free sheet music of traditional nursery rhymes and children's songs and free fun and easy music theory printable worksheets for kids.
Deanna Shaw saved to Music
It's important that piano students speak the language of music. And there's no better way to learn musical terms & symbols than with games!
Karoline Braten saved to Teaching
Band directors, if you're looking for something to change up your typical review, try this Band Jeopardy idea! It's a great team-building exercise that will keep everyone engaged and motivated to review, with OR without instruments.
Laura Burns saved to Performing Arts
Have your ever played the game Scoot with your band classes? There is little to no prep involved and it works for all class sizes!
Ashley Cox saved to Music Education