We are still working out online versions of our board games, but we easily adapted several card games, and added some new games too. For example:
PASS OR PLAY
Select a section of music for students to sight read or tap the rhythm. Student A can choose to “play” for 2 points, or “pass” it to Student B. If Student B does it correctly, he scores 3 points. If he fails to do it correctly, Student A scores 1 point.
NOTHING TO TELL
A score study game. Good to play at the start of a new piece.
Ask the students to take turns telling you something about the music until they have pointed out everything there is to say about it. The last person to tell you something about the music is the winner.
Give the student a starting note. Call out a series of 4 or 5 intervals. The student should tell you which key you will end on by following those intervals. For example:
Students score a point for each one they answer correctly.
Print the list of 10 games here with instructions for adapting the games to groups or one-to-one lessons.