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Compendium of Music Activities                

Original, inspiring and enjoyable activities to help develop and consolidate music understanding in your novice pupils.

The Compendium comprises thirteen sets of cards (which have to be cut from A4 sheets).

  • The cards address four key topics; rhythm, melody, musical terms and timing. In addition there is a card showing Regular and Italian terms.
  • For ease of sorting, each card set is colour coded and has a distinct shape front and back. An instruction booklet details twenty-five activities that can be played with these cards.

Games include:

  • Making up rhythms.
  • Spotting the change in rhythm patterns.
  • Sorting rhythms.
  • Finding the mistake.
  • Identifying the time signature.
  • Finding the pairs.
  • Piecing together simple well-known tunes.
  • Explaining musical terms.

These games will improve musicianship and aid Aural Skills required for ABRSM and other music exams. They can be played on a one-to-one basis or in small groups.

If, having cut the cards out, you are struggling to know how to store them we suggest an A5 clear plastic wallet.
Click here if you want to buy a games pack complete WITH storage wallet.


If you would like to meet Jo Wood, the creator of our Compendium of Music Activities, and learn what knowledge and experience she brings to her games then click on her name.


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