Autumn (Fall) Music Activities

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LEVEL Multiple Levels
PRODUCT TYPE Digital Download


Are you looking for seasonal music games and worksheets to test your students' musical knowledge? 

Want to be able to play the same game with students that are different levels? 

The Autumn / Fall Music Games & Worksheets Bundle is for you! 

Included in the digital download:

72 Musical Question Cards

- Piano Note Cards
- Treble Clef Question Cards
Ranging from Middle C to the C two octaves above
- Bass Clef Question Cards
Ranging from Middle C to the C two octaves below
- Notes & Rests Question Cards
Semibreve & Semibreve Rest (Whole Note & Whole Rest), Dotted Minim (Dotted Half Note), Minim & Minim Rest (Half Note & Half Rest), Crotchet & Crotchet Rest (Quarter Note & Quarter Rest), Two Quavers (Two Eighth Notes), Quaver Triplet (Eighth Note Triplet), Four Semiquavers (Four Sixteenth Notes)
- Steps and Skips Question Cards
Clefless staves with two notes either a 2nd (step) or a 3rd (skip) apart 

- 3 Notes/Spaces Grids
Converstion grid so players know how many spaces to move depending on the note they've identified
- Instructions 
Ways in which you can use the question cards 

These musical question cards can then be used to play all of the games - you can choose which pack you'd like to use (unless it's a game that focuses on piano notes or note reading).

This is great for those days when you have a beginner student who needs to practice identifying notes on the piano, but also a student who needs more work on identifying steps and skips. The same game can be used for both, you just need a different set of cards!

5 Music Games

- Time For Pie
Bingo style game where players cover up their piano plates with pies, depending on the calling cards / note cards identified 
- Pumpkin Picking
Players race around the board (by answering musical question cards), hoping to land on spaces telling them to pick up pumpkins, while trying to avoid spaces with peckish crows who will steal pumpkins! 
- Piano Park
It's a lovely day for a walk in Piano Park, but before they head to the park, players must collect their boots, umberella, and hot chocolate (by landing on certain spaces). 
- Mushrace
A quick and simple game where players identify notes and move to the matching letter spaces.
- Feeling Nutty
A cute game where players race to be the first to reach the squirrel's house, trying to miss the spaces that will make them miss a turn, but trying to land on the spaces that will give them an extra turn, or even fly them a few spaces ahead.

Each of these games includes six components of effective educational games. 
- Educational aspect (players can only move through the games by answering music questions)
- Objective or goals (either collecting the highest number of items, or reaching the end first) 
- Rules or instructions (rules are included for each game)
- Conflict or competition (for example spaces that require players to miss a turn, or friendly competition between players to be the first to achieve something)
- Outcome (each game will have a clear winner or a draw between players)
Fun (players will have fun playing these games!) 

These components mean that students and teachers LOVE playing these games, as the student feels like they're playing an actual board game, and the teachers are able to test and reinforce musical knowledge in a fun and enjoyable way. 

4 Music Worksheets

- Falling Leaves
Quick and simple worksheet where students identify the notes on the falling leaves. Three versions included - piano notes, treble clef, bass clef. 
- Colourful Owls
Colouring activity where students identify the symbols on the owls and use the musical colouring key to work out which colours to use. Two versions included - note values, and various musical symbols. 

- Rotten Pumpkins
Students examine the musical symbols on the pumpkins to determine if they are correct (perfect pumpkins) or incorrect (rotten pumpkin). They then draw the correct symbol, either by copying or by correcting the mistake. 
- Hedgehog Colouring
These adorable hedgehogs need colouring in! Students identify the notes on the hedgehogs' tummies and use the colouring key to know which colour to use. 



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