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Note Nabber

2-10 players (Card Game) - Elementary - Late Intermediate
Music Games & Accessories. TCW Resources. Stocking Stuffers. Deck of cards. TCW Resources #TW620. Published by TCW Resources (KJ.TW620).

Item Number: KJ.TW620

Students learn to identify notes more quickly as they navigate their way through amusing wild cards in this lively game. Baroque cards "break" up another person's hand. Liszt cards require players to "list" the cards in their hands. Haydn card allow players to "hide" from the adverse affects of other wild cards. Note Nabber cards allow players to "nab" a card from another player. For 2-8 players of all ages. Laminated, full-color cards.

About TCW Resources

TCW Resources exists to create music teaching materials designed to inspire teachers and students to reach beyond the ordinary. We are committed to producing quality products that utilize sound educational principles. With the knowledge that music can enhance every child's life, we offer students and teachers fresh new tools that will promote their love of music and make music a valued gift for the rest of their lives.

TCW Resources was founded in 1993 by Laura G. Zisette, Charlene Zundel, and Kathleen Lloyd to create teaching materials that are thorough, easy to use, and fun and stimulating for students. The materials are age- and level-appropriate, well-paced, and employ multiple approaches to accommodate varied learning styles.

TCW materials are piloted through the Utah State University Youth Conservatory, a music preparatory program for community children. This conservatory serves over 250 students, ages 5-18, through group theory classes and individual piano lessons. Its curriculum offers weekly group theory classes and individual piano lessons as well as many other extra-curricular programs. The National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) stated that "the USUYC should be a national model for music preparatory programs."

TCW materials are used in many other preparatory programs and conservatories around the United States and Canada.

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  • February 29, 2012 great for learning note names asap

    I use these from the second piano lesson, giving each student one set, starting with bass F to treble G and their goal is to play them in one minute. Then we expand to bass C - treble C, still one minute! Then low F - high G, you got it: one...

    minute! Low C-High C, then finally adding all leger line notes. Stop there? Why? Then my students go around the Circle of 5th playing their notes. Only takes one minute in each lesson!

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  • April 27, 2011 excellent addition

    I bought this after seeing it displayed at a conference. It has been a wonderful tool in my classroom for teaching the notes on the staff. I have even used it with large groups where I allow them to form teams of 2 or 3. The students always comment on...

    how surprised they are that the game is so much fun.

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