10 Halloween Music Activities | 5 Games, 4 Worksheets, 1 Music Escape Room

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Are you looking for Halloween 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? 

These Halloween Music Activities are for you! 

Included in the digital download: 

85 Halloween Themed Musical Question Cards
- Piano Notes 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 Triple), 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
Conversion 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 calls for certain cards) 

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

- Boongo! 
A Halloween take on Bingo, using note values and note reading
- Spiders and Cobwebs
A simple game of covering up letters on cobwebs, but only when certain notes are read
- Spooky Steps
A racing game that takes place on a spooky staircase, moving up or down steps or skips, depending on the interval on the question cards
- This Way, That Way
Make your way through this spooky maze, with spooky characters who will either help or hinder you
- Trick Or Treat
Who can collect the most candies? 

Each of these games includes six components of effective educational games:
Educational aspect (players can only complete 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 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

- Give Me My Treats
Read the treble clef and bass clef notes to help the Halloween owls find their correct candy
- Musical Potions
These weird and wonderful potion bottles need musical symbols drawing on them 
- Spooky Colouring
Read the treble clef and bass clef notes and use the colouring key to add some colour to these festive pictures
- Spooky Music Maths
Each Halloween image represents a certain type of note - see if you can complete the sums!

Halloween Escape Room: Potion To Save Music

'Potion To Save Music' is a musical puzzle adventure where students use their musical knowledge to work out the ingredients needed for a motion to save music. 

The evil witch, Griselda, has decided her singing should be the only music allowed in the world, and has come up with a potion to stop anyone else learning or playing anything. She's given us the chance to save music by giving us the potion ingredients, but some words are missing - can we fill them in and save music?! 

There are seven fun puzzle worksheets, each testing a different element of your students' musical knowledge:

- Symbol and terminology matching
- True or false musical facts
- Sheet music analysis (including note recognition)
- Drawing symbols
- Matching rhythms to words
- Note values
- Names of symbols

(Both American Terminology version and English Terminology version included)

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