What you need: 3 x 5 cards; lesson or theory book as reference
What you do: This game is played like the traditional “Memory” game, so you will need at least one other family member to play with you. Cut eight 3 x 5 cards in half. Draw symbols, various note values, or musical terms on each card, making sure you have a pair of each symbol/term. Use symbol and terms from your lesson and theory books (some have the terms listed in the back). Turn the cards over, mix them up, and arrange in four rows of four cards each. Turn over two cards at a time; if you find a pair, you may take another turn. The player with the most matches wins. Feel free to expand the game to include 10 or more pairs. Bring your card game to your next lesson, and we’ll play together!