I Have, Who Has? St. Patrick’s Day Music Symbols Game for Piano Lessons

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Engage your students in the classroom or group lesson with the I Have, Who Has? St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game! Review 50 music symbols in an interactive and engaging way, increase your students’ retention of music symbols and their names, and have fun at the same time!

Number of Pages: 35 color, 35 ink friendly
Resource Format: Zip, PDF

Studio License: Unlimited usage with students you directly teach

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Engage your students in the classroom or group lesson with the I Have, Who Has? St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game!

Review 50 music symbols in an interactive and engaging way, increase your students’ retention of music symbols and their names, and have fun at the same time.

Excellent for group piano and piano parties!

 

What’s included in this St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game?

  • Instructions for how to play this fun music symbols game
  • Answer key
  • A page of cards that you can print onto the backs of the game cards
  • Full color sets:
    1. With the names of the music symbols
    2. Without the names of the music symbols
  • Ink friendly sets:
    1. With the names of the music symbols
    2. Without the names of the music symbols
  • Blank cards you can customize to suit your students’ needs

 

How to Play I Have, Who Has? St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game:

  1. Shuffle the music symbol cards and give them to your students. They shouldn’t let one another see their cards.
  2. The student who has the first card says, “I have the first card. Who has… (he reads his card, which might say “grand staff”.).
  3. The student who has “grand staff” says, “I have grand staff. Who has… half note?”.
  4. The game continues until the last card is reached. “The end!”

 

How to Play I Have, Who Has?

 

The 50 music symbols in this game cover these musical concepts:

  • Note values
  • Rhythm values
  • Piano keys
  • Dynamics
  • Accidentals
  • Time signatures
  • Articulation markings
  • Parts of the grand staff

 

What symbols are included in this St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game?

  • First card
  • Grand staff
  • Half note
  • Whole rest
  • 4/4 time signature
  • Accent
  • 1st and 2nd endings
  • Mezzo forte
  • Fortissimo
  • Key signature
  • Ottava
  • Pianissimo
  • Eighth note
  • Sharp
  • Crescendo
  • Glissando
  • Eighth rest
  • Mezzo piano
  • Natural
  • Forte
  • Treble clef
  • Slur
  • Triplet
  • Brace
  • 6/8 time signature
  • Double bar line
  • Common time
  • Whole note
  • Tempo mark
  • Dotted quarter note
  • Coda
  • Piano
  • Staccato
  • Repeat sign
  • Dotted half note
  • Bass clef
  • Quarter rest
  • Fermata
  • Quarter note
  • Half rest
  • Segno
  • Flat
  • Decrescendo
  • Sforzando
  • Measures
  • Sixteenth rest
  • Cut time
  • Tie
  • Chord
  • Pianississimo
  • Ritardando
  • Last card

 

Bonus Tip:

This game can easily be played in a private piano lesson with teacher and student. For extra fun, set a timer and see how quickly you can complete the game!

 

Storing and Organizing the St. Patrick’s Day music symbols game cards

I love storing these game cards in colorful 4×6 photo boxes like these (affiliate link). They are my favorite storage boxes because they’re the perfect size, and the colors are vibrant and fun!

 

Teachers like you said…

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Caryl M. says, “Who doesn’t love adorable monsters?! Such a creative and fun, “I Have, Who Has…?” game. With so many symbols covered, it was useful for a variety of levels.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Highly Decorated Musician says, “My kids love this game. It’s a great way to teach a concept (especially during state testing) in a fun way!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amy M. says, “Great review – the kids love all of the “I Have, Who Has” activities!”

 

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