Based on the card game "Concentration."
How it's played:
- All 52 cards are spread face down on the table so that they do not touch. Players take turns turning over two cards at a time, trying to find a match. When a player finds a match, they keep the cards and go again. (If they don't find a match, the cards are returned to the table face down in the same place.)
- The player with the most cards, once all of the pairs have been found.
What's on the cards:
- Two pairs each of every note in the chromatic scale, in bass clef and treble clef. Each card shows the note on the staff, and the name of the note below. (By covering the lower half of the card, these cards can also be used as flashcards. Furthermore, because each note appears in both bass clef and treble clef,a variation on the game allows for players to claim a pair when theymatch any two 'b flats' (for example), regardless of whether they appear in treble or bass clef.)
Who can play:
- 2 or more players, ages 4 and up.