Anyway, I finally came up with an idea so I trotted back to the store and bought two rolls along with a 20" x 30" while foam board. From there, I completely covered the foam board with the duct tape. I even lined up the mustaches...yes, I talk to myself and I'm a bit neurotic about order! From there I added three sets of colored circles and some letters with the name of the game...."You've Been Stached!"
Here's how to play (or at least one way as I'm sure you can come up with loads of ways also!). Determine what music concept you want to work on...or what three. The sky's the limit. Grab your own set of questions or flashcards! For example, if you want to review rhythm with your students, review it 3 ways, such as clapping out a rhythm example, find a missing note value in a rhythm example or determine a time signature based on the notes shown.
Each player must answer a question based on the color they are currently on. So if you determine purple (or whatever color you use) to be clapping the rhythm, the player must clap it successfully in order to roll a die and move forward. They remain in the purple area until they successfully complete answers and the die allows them to move into the orange area. You'll notice that I set it up to go in each area twice. The first one to hit the finish circles and successfully answer a question wins!
Now here's a few tricks I added (the fun we teachers have!!)! In a few of the circles around the board, I have added some mustaches.
If you would like to use the cards in your own studio or classroom, they are available on my website here. Print pages 1-2 as many times as colors you choose. If your choose 3 colors like I did, print pages 1-2 on each of the three colors. You can use page 3 for the back of all the cards. On page 4, I've added some mustaches you can cut out of cardstock and attach to dowel rods or straws.
I hope you find this as fun as we have!