I'm still on vacation and taking the opportunity to plan for the fall term! Managed to create couple games for group lessons and also assign some repertoires for the upcoming Multi-Piano concert! Here's a board game I've created called Block-A-Thon and yes, you can definitely use it review note values. It's a simple and quick game to help reinforce note values and names for early elementary students . Students will take turn to draw one card from the pile and move their game piece to the corresponding note. For example, if they draw (Half Note), they can move their game piece to the next closest Half Note OR if they draw (2 beats), they can move their game piece to the note that has 2 beats. You get the idea. Just use any game piece from Monopoly or from any board games you have available on hand. Hope your students enjoy playing this fun, simple game!
*UPDATE: I'm still trying to figure out how to make this public on Scribd! Anyhow, here's the file!
*UPDATE 2: The document should be good to go to download from Scribd. Shoot me a message if you're still having trouble.
Block-A-Thon by June on Scribd
7/14/2017 04:39:42 pm
Game looks great but link says the document is private.
7/14/2017 07:15:59 pm
Can you make it public, currently it's private and I can't download it.
7/15/2017 09:59:21 pm
Hey there, something wrong when I tried to do this via Scribd. I've uploaded the file. See if you can download it and let me know how your students like it. Sorry!
7/15/2017 10:47:12 am
"Document deleted by owner" ? Could this please be made available again? I'd love to see it and take it for a spin! Thanks! 😊
7/15/2017 10:00:10 pm
Just uploaded the file via the Blog (not via Scribd). See if this works for you. Thanks!
7/18/2017 03:31:04 pm
Thank you it's downloading now!
1/13/2023 07:15:53 pm
Thank you for shharing
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