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Hidden Treasure Kit

This year my studio used a pirate theme.  I created games, activities and incentives centered around the theme.  The kids really enjoyed traveling on our treasure map and seeing what adventures would come at each lesson.  Even if you don't adopt the theme, there are plenty of great games to play. 





The Hidden Treasures Studio Kit comes with 11 games with multiple levels, over 280 pirate themed flashcards for notes, intervals, chords and keys, piano assignment sheet, recital templates, invitations and ideas to implement a year long practice incentive.  Your students will blast their way through the year finding lots of treasures along the way.

Hidden Treasures Studio Kit
Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
Price: $38.00




Winter Wonderland Music Games

Join Presto Penguin and Silly Snowman as they play games and have fun.

Level 1 includes:
Icy Igloos: Help Presto Penguin find his igloo by matching his note to the correct note name
Notes reviewed are C position and Middle C position
Hat Trick Level 1 and 2: Match the hat to the correct time signature on the snowman
Silly Snowman Steps: Silly Snowman needs help completing his steps with the musical alphabet
Rhythms include quarter note, quarter rest, half note, whole note, 
dotted half note, half rest and whole rest.
Silly Snowman Skips: Silly Snowman needs help completing his skips with the musical alphabet
Race to the Igloo: Identify music symbols correctly and be the first one to the igloo
Fishing for Notes on the Keyboard: Help catch the fish as you identify notes on the keyboard
Fishing for Notes on the Staff: Help catch the fish as you identify notes on the staff
Last Snowman Standing: Identify steps, skips and repeated notes and be the last snowman standing


Level 2 includes:

Icy Igloos: Help Presto Penguin find his igloo by matching his note to the correct note name
Notes reviewed are Low C to High C
Hat Trick Level 3 and 4: Match the hat to the correct time signature on the snowman
Rhythms focus on eighth notes, dotted quarter note, eighth rest, 6/8 time and 3/8 time
Build a Snowman Major Chords: Help match major chords to the correct snowman
Build a Snowman Minor Chords: Help match minor chords to the correct snowman
Race to the Igloo: Identify music symbols correctly and be the first one to the igloo
Snowflake Circle of 5th: Complete the circle of 5th on the snowflake
Last Snowman Standing: Identify intervals to see who is the last snowman standing

There is an instruction guide included with fun ideas and creative ways to play in each level.

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Winter Wonderland Music Games Level 1
Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
Price: $8.99







Winter Wonderland Music Games Level 2
Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
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Winter Wonderland Music Games Level 1 and 2
Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
Price: $15.00
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Gingerbread Music Games.  
There are 7 different games with multiple levels of play.  Included is:

Gingerbread Cookie Chords: A fun activity to promote major and minor chords.  A step/skip version included for elementary level students.
Draw a Gingerbread Man: Students use Rhythm Problems to draw a gingerbread man.  5 levels of rhythm cards included.
Catch the Gingerbread Man: A version of Old Maid with a gingerbread twist. 
Match the Gingerbread Boy and Girl: Match the girl and boy.  Levels include keyboard recognition, staff notes and key signatures.
Home Sweet Home: Students identify and perform rhythms to get the gingerbread boy to the correct gingerbread house.  5 different levels included.
Find the Gingerbread Man: Students try to spy the gingerbread boy who is play hide and seek among musical symbols.  54 cards included.
Gingerbread Alphabet: A cute gingerbread alphabet with three suggested activities.  Accidentals included.

Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' 
Price: Price: $15.00


Halloween Music Games Vol.1


The packet contains games that focus on rhythm, note recognition, keyboard recognition, key signatures and music concepts.

This packet contains great games focused around the spooky season of Halloween.  Teachers will love the "Witch's Spell," where kids are spellbound to perform rhythms in all kinds of wacky ways.  "Monster Tag" is a favorite for students.  They have so much fun, they forget their learning.  Other great games included are "Lonely Ghost," "Match the Cat" and "Don't Eat Jack!"

For more information visit Sneak Peek into Halloween Music Games Vol.1

Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
Price: $10.00



Halloween Music Games Volume 2


Halloween Music Games Volume 2 has 5 new and exciting games for your students to help them improve at note naming, intervals, chords, rhythms and symbols.

Don't Eat Jack: A fun filled game that focuses on rhythm recognition. The game has five levels and is sure to be a favorite with your students.
Find the Ghost: Players race around to find the ghost cards and then identify symbols.
Haunted House Harmony: Students build chords or intervals in the haunted house
Pumpkin Patch Match: Players match notes. There is a Catch the Jack-o-lantern version as well.
Candy Corn Catch: Identify notes on the staff or keyboard using candy corn.


Includes: Games, printables and instructions
Format: PDF
Printing: 8.5' x 11' - Grayscale or Color
Price: $10.00



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