Here’s a game you can make yourself. Cut out a few cards, pick out a few music terms and you’re ready to play.
Objective: Learn Music Terms
Materials: Card Stock, Scissors, Pen
Start by cutting out a set of 20 blank cards with scissors or cutting board. Ten of the cards will be for the answers, and ten will be for the definitions. (You can add to the set once the first ten definitions are mastered.) Select the music terms and write the terms and definitions on the cards.
Place all 20 cards face down on the table or floor. Each player selects two cards each turn. If they’re a match they keep them, and get a chance to select two more cards. Continue moving in a clockwise direction until all the cards have been matched. The player with the most matches wins the game.
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