This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by identifying repeat, step, skip, and leap notes! (There is also an included version only using repeat, step, and skip for those who don’t teach “leap”). Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great sub plan!
In the game, each student will draw a card and identify the pitch relationship on the card. Then, they can move their game piece (provided by you – see here for examples or use pony beads!) to the appropriate relationship name. There are also some “game” cards like “Wreck: Skip Your Turn!”
Your students will LOVE playing this game in Centers or as a stand-alone activity! You will verbally hear them calling out the names of the intervals as they move forward and check each other.
Save when you pick and choose multiple game based centers.
In this resource:
- Game board in Black and White.
- Game board in Color.
- Cards to print out (8 cards to one sheet of paper).
- Directions for Teacher.
- Directions for Students – print out and put in the packet for students!
(All of the above in both “Step, Skip, Repeat, & Leap” and “Step, Skip, & Repeat” versions)