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Music Truth or Dare Playing Cards. Organized Chaos. These are perfect for reviewing and practicing music skills and concepts in a fun way! Would work as a full class or center activity. Comes with a variety of concepts and skills to cover different grade levels, plus blank versions you can write or type on to make your own.

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Music theory games and activities round-up by level

Rhythm Game: "Busted!" Pull a stick from the jar, clap its rhythm. Pull another stick, clap both rhythms. Continue cumulatively. If you pull the "busted" stick, you have to put all yours back. Kid with most at the end wins.

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Over 20 ways to make music games out of familiar games like Jenga, Candyland, Hi-Ho-Cherrio, and more.

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from Organized Chaos

Truth or Dare Music Jenga: Organized Chaos. Fun center activity for elementary music (or for older kids too!). Easy to put together with just a few supplies. Use the pre-made cards or make your own to fit any skill or concept students are working on in class. Lots of applications!

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Oh Fiddlesticks! - a fun and engaging rhythm game available in several different levels of difficulty!

16 fun hand-clapping games for children's choir - great for a gathering activity or quick change-of-pace in the middle of rehearsal! | @ashleydanyew

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