Cupcakes and Dinosaurs Keyboard Geography Games

(11 customer reviews)

£1.50

This resource comprises two fun keyboard geography games.

Use as a printable game, or screen-share to play in online lessons.

  • Choose a Cupcake Game – focusses on the notes CDE
  • Dinosaur Contest Game – focusses on the note FGAB

 

 

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Description

This resource comprises two fun keyboard geography games.

Use as a printable game, or screen-share to play in online lessons.

Instructions are included.

  • Choose a Cupcake Game – focusses on the notes CDE
  • Dinosaur Contest Game – focusses on the note FGAB

 

 

Additional information

Age

Primary School (4-11)

Level

Beginner (Initial), Early Elementary (Grade 1)

Resource Type

Game

Teaching Focus

Knowledge of Instrument

11 reviews for Cupcakes and Dinosaurs Keyboard Geography Games

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  1. Donna W. (Verified Purchase)

    very cute and useful!

  2. Elizabeth T. (Verified Purchase)

  3. Isabel Richards (Verified Purchase)

    Absolutely love this (and Kate Thompson’s other resources!) brilliant for both group lessons and for individuals to take home and play throughout their week to improve their musical understanding and keyboard geography.

  4. Mary Keppel (Verified Purchase)

    Thank you for providing such amazing, wonderful, colourful and very useful resources. Superb!

  5. Janet (Verified Purchase)

    Everyone loves a game that uses dice, so these attractive worksheets provide an excellent way to reinforce keyboard geography!

  6. Louise (Verified Purchase)

    Love it

  7. Anonymous (Verified Purchase)

    I tried this with 6-7 year olds and they loved the idea of finding out which cup cake they would “get”. (I made sure to tell them there were no real cupcakes on offer!)

  8. Langtree Karen (Verified Purchase)

    This is a big hit with my young beginners (aged between 6 and 9). They want to play it long after I can see that they can confidently find the notes and match the names. We use a chunky bouncy dice too which causes lots of laughter! We love seeing which cupcake is the winner and which dinosaur! I have involved a younger sibling when he and mum come at the end of lesson to pick up their child. Goes down a treat!

  9. Catherine Roberts (Verified Purchase)

    Bright, clear graphics. Good to have groups of 2 black notes and 3 black notes separately so students are not overwhelmed.

  10. Adele (Verified Purchase)

  11. Ijeoma Mbubaegbu (Verified Purchase)

    A great game. Easy to follow. Lots of fun

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