Hi guys! Have you tried any homemade music games since we’ve been apart? For our music stations at school, I like to use these awesome games from Susan Paradis’s blog. If you have a printer at home, you can print and cut out the game pieces yourself to play at home! If you don’t have access to a printer, it’s easy enough to make your own music game at home.
You can use index cards or cut a sheet of paper into squares or rectangles to make simple flashcards. Then, you only need to write on one side of your flashcards to make this rhythm memory game, or you could create your own treble clef flashcards with a note on one side and its letter name on the other for these notes. All of my Fisher students know how intense the flashcard guessing game gets at school!
Or, you can try to create your own version of one of these music games at home!