Practice Games

Games can be a good way to add variety to your practice — kind of like adding salt to a soup.  Think carefully about matching games appropriately during your practice, since often times certain games work well matched with certain tasks.  And always remember the…


  1. Work on one concept at a time
  2. Slow Accurate Repetitive Practice (SARP) makes accurate muscle memory
  3. Be as specific as you can with any goal you make so you know when you are finished

The 100s Spiral from Corkybird Enterprizes

Basic 100 Chart

Review Bingo to print

Rhythm Bingo to print

Faces to Draw Game to print

Basic Game Board to print

Connect the Dots Game to print

Count and Color to print

31 Club Chart to print

Websites that help with practice:

Music Practice Games at Music in Practice