Pinterest has got to be one of the greatest resources for inspiration that I’ve ever come across! While browsing the site recently I came across an activity from a school party that used broken hearts to review numbers that was pinned by Ann Berman. Someone suggested making a music matching game with this idea, so I did! I used it as a review for note and rest values. My 3 year old student LOVED it. The game was very easy to make. I used foam hearts and a sharpie to draw a quarter note, half note, whole note, and their corresponding rests on one half of each heart. On the other I wrote the number value. Then I cut the hearts down the middle in different shapes to make unique puzzles in order to make the activity self-correcting.
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3 thoughts on “Pinterest Inspired – Music Heals Broken Hearts!”
I never got the hang of Pinterest but this looks like such a fab idea!
It took me a while to figure out what was going on on Pinterest too, but once you get it beware — it’s quite addicting!