Board Game for Identifying C, D, and E on the piano.

Good evening!

This is a follow-up to some posts I made a few years ago that I’ve been meaning to do for ages.  Sorry it took me so long!

Anyway, I had made a few board games a couple of years ago and shared them on this blog here and here.  And after someone had commented requesting more of these, I’d been meaning to make more but had never gotten around to it.  Finally, I sat down to make one and realized my delay had a fitting punishment:  I no longer could remember how’d I’d made the original ones (using Microsoft Word, pretty sure).   So, after a little battle with the computer, I decided to just hand draw a new board game.  So this one printable was truly a labor of love (and perhaps a higher-than-average propensity for crafting).  I hope you and your students enjoy it.

Here’s a preview of the game.  It’s two 8×11″ pages that you put together.  I recommend printing on card stock and laminating.  To download, go here.

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To play, you’ll need to make a die with only C, D, and E on it. I made a quick template for one, which I’ll share here, but you could just as easily use a regular die and say 1 = C, 2 = D, etc.  (Preview the template as an image file here below).

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I hope you enjoy.  Please let me know if you use it and how it goes!

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One response to “Board Game for Identifying C, D, and E on the piano.

  1. Carol Woodall

    Thanks so much for sharing these cute and quick games! Instead of making a die, I have used 1 inch foam cubes (found in a huge package at the Dollar Store). I use the cubes in many ways – rhythms, note names, intervals… so much easier than using paper cubes (which tend to get crushed) and no wasting of ink!

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