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Ribbon Festival Games

and

Activities

Below is a list of possible games

and activities. 

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Students race against the clock to find as many notes on the staff in the garden of notes on the floor. Primer to Advanced levels available.

Students win one ribbon per level

Tip Toe Through the Notes

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Students play twister while having to identify the rhythmic notes or bass and treble clef.  The last student left standing wins! All-ages appropriate.

Students win one ribbon per game

Twister

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 Students may choose any labeled Easter egg and reconstruct the song measure

by measure.

Students win one ribbon per game

Musical Scrambled Eggs

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Students are quizzed on the following subjects: notes, symbols/vocabulary, key signatures, and intervals according to their current skill level. Primer to Advanced levels available. 

Flashcards

Students win one ribbon per level

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Students are tested on their knowledge of the circle of fifths

Major, Minor or Both

Circle of Fifths

Students win one ribbon per level

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Students build triads using the alphabetized legos. Primer level students must complete 3 chords and beginner to advanced must complete

5 chords from the given list. Once students successfully build their chords they receive a ribbon and can move to the next level. Primer to Advanced levels available. 

Lego Chords

Students win one ribbon per level

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Students play the rhythm on the given cards starting at the level that is appropriate for their skill level. For every card that’s clapped or drummed accurately, a student receives one nerf bullet to use for the targets. If all targets are knocked down, students may receive one bonus ribbon. After the completion of one level, students may repeat the process at the next level. 

Students win one ribbon per level

Rhythm Nerf Gun

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Students are quizzed on various trivia facts related to music, music history,

and composers.   

Students win one ribbon per level

Music Trivia

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Students listen to melodies and match them to corresponding melodies on their game card. Follows traditional “bingo” game play, levels primer to late elementary.

Students win one ribbon per level

Melodic Bingo

On the I-Pad

iPad based sight-reading game

 

Students test their sight-reading skills by playing given songs on the keyboard. Students must receive at least 2 full stars to receive a ribbon and move onto the next level.

Students win one ribbon

per level

Piano Maestro

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 iPad based note-reading game

 

Complete levels on given levels of Note Rush. Students must complete each level with at least 2 full stars.

Students win one ribbon per level

Note Rush

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There is a wide variety of prizes that cost from one to ten ribbons.

Ribbons may be exchanged for prizes at the prize table.

Students earn ribbons through the 

games and performances

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At The Keyboard

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Students win 5 ribbons per piece.

 Adjudicated Performances

Solo/Duets

Ensembles

Original Compositions

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Students win one ribbon per scale performed.  Possible 30 ribbons with enharmonic scales included.

Scale Testing

Students win one ribbon per level of Sightreading

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