Saxophone Fingering Matching Game
This is a great matching game for your saxophone students who are still not able to quickly read notes and remember fingerings! I created it for my students when I saw that they were making common note-reading and fingering errors at the beginning of the year.

To play, cut each square into 3 pieces. One piece contains the note on the staff, one has the note name, and the 3rd piece has the saxophone fingering. Only give out the notes you want to reinforce. I've included a full range of notes with some enharmonic equivalents and alternate fingerings for Bb (side and bis).

Scatter all of the pieces and have your students match them up.
I tell my kids to play at home during commercials.
You could also use this as an assessment or a competitive game.

Included:
Cards for all notes from low Bb to F# in the palm keys
Blank template for sax fingering
Directions for use

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Created: Jul 19, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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