A version of the Maori string game "Double Long Poi," is a rhythm game for any number of players. With a poi in each hand, players perform various patterns of swinging actions to the beat of a chant. Poi-Poi is an excellent game to develop quickness of hand and eye, rhythm, coordination, anticipation, and agility, and is exhilarating to play.
Fun games for learning how to read and write music! For individuals or classes of all ages. Learn notes, treble and bass clefs, and take music dictation. The pack includes: *5 Wipe-off Slates with Grand Staff on Side 1 and Single Staff on Side 2 *1 Dry Erase(TM) Marker That Easily Wipes Off *50 Colorful Magic Notes
In this fun singing game, students compete against their teacher by tapping the correct Yosemite Sam card with his giant hammer to answer questions about notes, rests, melodic fragments, rhythms, and orchestral instruments.
Ribbon Dance is based on an old, colorful Chinese dance. In this version, each performer hold a ribbon stick and moves the ribbon to the beat of a Chinese chant. Ribbons sticks are varnished dowels with a 12 foot polyethylene ribbon attached. Music is divided into three parts--instruction, practice, and performance.
Lummi Sticks, the Americanized version of the Maori stick game, Ti Rakau is exciting to play and fun to watch. The game can be played by two or more persons performing various patterns of stick action to the beat of a chant.
Original musical activity games (imaginatively using circles and sticks) that focus on the academic skills of counting, auditory discrimination, vocabulary, letter recognition, and self-awareness. Provides a variety of musical and physical experiences.