"What Note Am I" Icebreaker game: According to piano teacher Joy Morin, students try to figure out what note, value, or rhythm they are by asking questions such as, "Do I have a stem?", "Is my note head filled in?", "Am I worth two beats?", etc.

" - an ice-breaker music game. Also link to some ideas for musical olympics activities.

Rhythm Game: "Busted!" Pull a stick from the jar, clap its rhythm. Pull another stick, clap both rhythms. Continue cumulatively. If you pull the "busted" stick, you have to put all yours back. Kid with most at the end wins.

DIY music game "Busted" Students take turn pulling sticks out and clapping the rhythm. Whenever a busted stick is drawn that player has to replace all of their sticks.

"This center worked with 2-5 students.  The rules are the same as regular Twister except for using the colors.  Instead of calling out a color, students had to call out the note name the spinner had landed on.  This is a great game to help reinforce note names."  from Mrs. Q's music blog

MUSIC: The rules are the same as regular Twister except for using the colors. Instead of calling out a color, students had to call out the note name the spinner had landed on. This is a great game to help reinforce note names.

MUSIC CENTERS: RHYTHM RACE NOTE NAMING EDITION LEVEL 6 - RHYTHM GAME - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Music Centers: Rhythm Race Note Naming Edition Level 6 - Rhythm Game

Tons of music game ideas to teach steady beat and strong/weak beat. Hula hoops, beat buddies, and keep the beat games. Some would work for both elementary and music school music.

Tons of music game ideas to teach steady beat and strong/weak beat. Hula hoops, beat buddies, and keep the beat games. Some would work for both elementary and private music school music classes.

Musical Instruments Themed I Spy Game {Free Printable for Kids}

Musical Instruments Themed I Spy Game {Free Printable for Kids}

Rock, Paper, Scissors, SING is a fun, FREE, PowerPoint music game for reinforcing so-mi melodic patterns! This is a great activity for primary classes to practice sight-sing sol-mi on the 5-line staff!

Rock, Paper, Scissors, SING is a fun, PowerPoint music game for reinforcing so-mi melodic patterns! This is a great activity for music students to practice sight-singing on the staff because it's a fun twist on a game that most kids already love to play!

This site has tons of great games for teaching kids music theory! Free printable a too!

Musical Truth or Dare Flashcards - naming/playing keys, notes, sharps/flats, etc. - cards available for 3 levels

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