Today I am posting level 6A of the Musical Memory game. Musical Memory is a matching\memory game to study music vocabulary words. As you know, there is a dictionary full of music vocabulary, signs, and symbols, and I have been trying to put them in memory games. Previously I posted levels 1-5B.
Print the first page on sturdy card stock, being careful to set your printer to print page one only. After printing the first page, re-insert it into your printer to print the back of the cards, using the correct method for your printer. Laminate, if desired, and cut along the dotted lines. You can check my FAQ for a visual tutorial on how to print on the back of PDF documents.
If you are using more than one level of this game, you really need a way to tell the levels apart. That is why I made different backs for each level. However, if you don’t want to go to the trouble of printing backs, write the level on the back of the cards with their set number to keep them straight. With one student after another, it is very easy to get these cards mixed up!
You can use this grid to help students keep the cards in the correct spot as you play. Musical Memory Grid
- Place the cards face down, 4 in each row.
- Players take turns turning 2 cards trying to match the definition with the correct word.
- If the words match, the student keeps the cards and gets a second turn.
- If they do not match, the student places the cards in the same spot they were in before and it is the next player’s turn.
- The game continues until all the cards are removed.
- The player with the most cards wins.
- The objective is to learn some new music vocabulary words.
These words are some of the vocabulary words students need to know for level 6 of the Texas theory test. Memory game 6B will be coming soon!