Half steps and more

Save the Turkey Set 2

In my last post I mentioned that I would post more  cards for the Save the Turkey Game. This set has a few more notes to identify and some more terms. My students have been enjoying this game. It is so easy to set up and play and doesn’t take much lesson time.

For directions to play please see read my previous post.  I did not include the back of the cards in this PDF. If you want to print backs to these cards, set your PDF printing setting to Page 2 when you print the back. If you don’t want to print backs, I suggest you use some cute stickers on the back of the cards.

Hint: I printed this set on a different color of card stock than the first set so I can keep the levels separate. Or, you could combine the two sets.

Does anyone want another level? I have one but I don’t know if it’s too late to post this year.

Enjoy!

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9 thoughts to “Save the Turkey Game – Set 2

  • Leticia

    It’s never too late to add another one. I would love it.

    • susanparadis

      Leticia, check out the three different versions!

  • denise hammer

    susan, do you have more advanced level cards for same pitch snap?
    appreciate all your good ideas!!
    is this the best way to communicate with you?
    thanks denise

    • susanparadis

      Denise, I don’t really know what same pitch snap is. Maybe you can explain. This is a good way to communicate, or you can email me.
      Thanks, Susan

  • Anonymous

    Yes – would LOVE to see the 3rd set! Thank you, Susan! Can’t wait to play it with my students!

  • Mary

    Yes! Another level would be wonderful! I have played this with my students today and they loved it! It’s just so easy & fast, I can spend the last 2 minutes of my lessons playing it. I love this one!

    • susanparadis

      I am getting another level ready so watch for it real soon!

  • Joanne

    Susan,

    Thank you for another wonderful game. I can’t wait to use it later today. My older students are working on key signatures. Does the “Turkey” have that under his hat?

    • susanparadis

      Joanne,
      My next set does have key signatures! Give me a day or so.

      Susan

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