Music Memory Game | Treble Clef Note Names
January 25, 2016
Do you kids or students need some help with note naming? This memory game is a fun addition to your note naming drill strategies.
First, drill the note names with your student by laying the cards on the table face up. Select a set of notes to drill. If your student is just beginning, a set of 5 cards – C-G – may be all you want to drill. Ask them to combine the cards in pairs – the F note with the F card – until all the cards are paired.
Next, shuffle the cards and place them on the table face down. Playing against your student, begin the matching game. Take turns flipping the cards over, trying to find pairs and remember where all the cards are. The player with the most pairs at the end of the game wins the game.
Free Printable Game
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