When I started my ukulele club I wanted an easy way of getting pupils to find key finger positions as a basis for learning chords. This sheet was really useful as I could say ‘fish’ or ‘snake’ and see if they could find the positions correctly. Tey then took it home to practise too.
I created this for my class to complete while they watched ‘The Snowman’. At key points I’d choose an Interrelated Dimension such as ‘tempo’ and they would decide whether the music heard was fast or slow. They’d then draw and colour a Christmas decoration on the correct part of the
This is a Trivial Pursuits style game where pupils work in a pair or three to collect all 8 IRDs on their drum kits. As they land on a coloured IRD their partner asks them a question from the question sheet. If they answer correctly they can colour it in on their drum kit. If they get it wrong they can try again next time!
I’d recommend enlarging the game board to A3 and using buttons as
I only allow one child to go to the toilet at a time so I created toilet ‘occupied’ and ‘vacant’ signs which can be printed then stuck back and laminated. Mine are on string so pupils can turn them over before and after they vist the toilet.