Review 46 music terms and symbols in an interactive and hands-on way with this set of Valentine music games, featuring music symbol flash cards, term flash cards, plus a music symbol matching game! Perfect for Valentine piano lessons!
Students will decorate cookies on a cookie sheet by matching music symbols with the correct terms, they can also play memory match with the cards, and blank cards are included so that you can make any terms and symbols that you like!
Treat your students this Valentine’s Day to these cookie and music symbol matching cards. They’ll LOVE you for it 💘
This set of Valentine music games includes:
- Suggestions for use
- Full color set
- Baking sheet with pink background
- Baking sheet with tan background
- Music symbol “cookies” to cut out and match with each other on the baking sheets
- Music symbol flash cards (cookies on small baking sheets) that can also be used as a matching game
- Blank cards to make your own music symbols if you need additional symbols
- Black and white set
How to play these Valentine music games:
- Cut out the small heart cookies, shuffle the cards, and have students match them and place the matching sets of hearts onto the cookie sheet.
- Match the small heart cookies with the larger flash card heart cookies.
- Use them as flash cards to review music terms and symbols.
- Use the cards to play a memory match game.
- Let the student be the teacher: The student draws a card and “teaches” the concept to the teacher.
- Sort the cards into different piles: Dynamics, articulation, note values, parts of the grand staff, etc.
- These ideas work well for both private lessons and group lessons.
- Serve with cookies and milk for an extra fun Valentine Piano Party!
Who can use these games and worksheets for Valentine’s Day piano lessons?
- Private piano students
- Group piano students
- Students attending music camp
- Elementary music students
- Piano parties
- And more!
How can these Valentine music games help your piano students?
- Students love learning in different ways, and this set is great for visual and kinesthetic learners in Valentine’s Day piano lessons.
- These Valentine music games will help you plan interactive piano lessons in February, and will be engaging and memorable for your students.
- Need a quick activity to break up the piano lesson? Grab some Valentine music games, and your students will thank you for letting them get off the bench for a minute!
- These Valentine music games for piano lessons are great for completing individually, or in groups, which can build their teamwork skills!
- Reviewing the music symbols included in these Valentine music games can also help students get ready for exams, such as MTNA, RCM, or ABRSM.
These music symbols are included in the Valentine music games:
- Treble clef
- Bass clef
- Alto clef
- Double sharp
- Double flat
- Mezzo forte
- Mezzo piano
- Whole note
- Dotted half note
- Half note
- Dotted quarter note
- Quarter note
- Eighth note
- Sixteenth note
- Whole rest
- Half rest
- Quarter rest
- Eighth rest
- Sixteenth rest
- Two eighths
- Four sixteenths
- Grand staff
- Double barline
- Repeat sign
- Time signature (4/4)
- Time signature (3/4)
Storing and Organizing the Valentine music games cards
I love storing these Valentine music games cards in colorful 4×6 photo boxes like these (affiliate link). They are my favorites because they’re the perfect size, and the colors are vibrant and fun!
Teachers like you said…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sarah K. says, “This game is great. Every kid loves a good game of Memory. I use this game with my students as young as 5, all the way up to teenagers. The vocabulary practice is excellent, as well as their ability to memorize definitions and symbols.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Janice T. says, “This was a fun activity for February piano lessons! Actually, I think my elementary students, especially the girls, would be glad to use this any time of year 😊 !”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Deborah S. says, “My students have loved this game! I love that it has more advanced theory for my older students who still like to play games but often feel the games are below their ability levels. I love using a cookie sheet as a place to put the cards out!”
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