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March Hare's Cake Time

This fun hare-themed music game will test your piano students' understanding of time signatures!


This game is on offer as part of Game of the Month. Click here to see the offer.



The aim is to be the first player to fill up your plates. 

The first player picks up a rhythm card and identifies the missing number from the time signatures.


They cover up that many plates on their board (e.g. if the missing number was 2 they cover up 2 plates) 


BUT (there’s always a catch in March Hare games - he’s a bit unpredictable!) 


If a player covers up a march hare, they must STOP and follow the instructions on their march hare page.

These instructions tell the player to work out a missing word in a sentence and play that word on the piano (e.g. if the missing word is ‘egg’ they play an E, a G and a G) 


Whoever covers up all their plates the quickest is the winner!



  • Instructions for how to play ‘March Hare’s Cake Time’

  • Two colourful boards 

  • Two less-colourful boards (printer-friendly) 

  • Rhythm question cards 

  • Cake tokens (but you can omit these and use your own) 

  • Two pages of march hare instructions (and pages of answers)

March Hare's Cake Time


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