Anyone up for a game of truth or dare? Don’t worry… unlike the version of the game you might have played in junior high, this new musical rendition won’t require any red-faced confessions or pranks. It will give you a fun way to review note names and intervals with your students!
This game from Pianimation challenges students to demonstrate their knowledge of theory concepts in 2 ways – by naming answers “flashcard” style (for each truth card), and by performing tasks at the piano (for each dare card).
Grand Staff Note Names (Bass F – Treble G)
Piano Key Names (white keys)
Steps & Skips
Grand Staff Note Names (Bass C – Treble C)
Piano Key Names (black keys)
Intervals (2nds – 5ths)
Grand Staff Note Names (all lines & spaces)
Intervals (2nds – 8ths)
Whole & Half Steps
Each level also includes a set of bonus cards that make the game adaptable for use in either a private lesson or group/classroom setting.
To play in a private lesson setting (non-competitive):
This game can provide a fun alternative to traditional flashcards in a private lesson. Select the cards from the deck you want to use and place them in a hat or bag. Since there’s only one player involved, the only bonus cards you’ll need to include are the “treat” cards (2-3 treat cards make for a nice surprise in the middle of a bag of flashcards!). Let your student draw cards from the hat one at a time, answering each with a “truth” or “dare.”
Download Truth or Dare PDF