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The March Hare's Pairs (Enharmonics)

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

 

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

 

WHAT IS IT?

 

Who can collect the most hare pairs? 

 

Scatter the cards face down on the table.


Players take turns picking up two cards and seeing if they have a pair. 

 

BUT (there’s always a catch in march hare games - he’s very unpredictable!) 

 

If you pick up a ‘move around’ card, you have to shuffle all the cards around the table
 

If you pick up a ‘back to the table’ card, you have to put one of your pairs back down on the table and shuffle all the cards around.

 

The winner is the player with the most pairs at the end of the game.
 

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD?

  • Instructions for how to play ‘March Hare’s Pairs’

  • One set of bass clef flat notes

  • One set of bass clef sharp notes

  • One set of treble clef flat notes

  • One set of bass clef sharp notes

 

The March Hare's Pairs (Enharmonics)

£2.50Price

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