I posted a teaser about this on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook (are you following me?). A music family in my studio recently received some River Stones and we got to play some fun games with them! The idea to use them for musical games came from the mother....isn't it so wonderful to have music parents who are involved (in a non-overbearing way!)? We decided to call the game "NoteSteps." I think it's a cute name!
Here are some of the ideas we came up with:
You could use stickers or tape shapes on the floor, pieces of paper taped to the floor, chalk outside, etc. in place of the stones. This would be a fun activity for families to do together as homework or supplemental music practice.
What kind of active music games do you enjoy?
Welcome to the blog! I'm Barbara, and I work as a freelance harpist and private music educator. You can read my bio here. On the blog, you can find posts about various aspects of this career path, especially teaching and crafty stuff. Thank you for stopping by! I'd love to hear from you in the comments or on social media. And don't forget to subscribe to the email list for updates!
(sidebar may contain affiliate links)
Get a downloadable & printable circle of fifths PDF when you subscribe above!
Does bass clef wig you out? Try my free ecourse, "Breezing Through Bass Clef."
Click on the images below to view some of my favorite posts!