Music Mind Games®, developed by renowned pedagogue Michiko Yurko, is a comprehensive theory curriculum that uses fun, interactive learning tools to introduce and reinforce comprehension of musical symbols and concepts. The sequential acquisition of knowledge and skills is put into practice through games, which fosters familiarity and mastery of the material. For students of all instruments and voice, Music Mind Games® is engaging, entertaining, and challenging.
Music Mind Games® includes:
- Clever, exciting games
- Fun and attractive materials
- An innovative curriculum
These work together to teach music theory and create music literacy like never before!
Teachers and parents all over the world love this unique approach, the creative games, and the attractive products. Music Mind Games are used in individual studio lessons, studio group classes, classrooms, workshops, choirs and in homes.
Have serious fun studying music theory and solfegio (really!)
Our Music Mind Games® Program is the ideal introduction to the study of music theory for children ages 7–10. Utilizing renowned pedagogue Michiko Yurko’s original, highly successful, world renowned Music Mind Games® curriculum, these courses are ideal preparatory classes for The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program (RCDMP) and Associate Board of Royal Schools of Music Examinations (ABRSM). The goal of Music Mind Games® is to create a fun and effective class designed to set your young musician on a path of exceptional, comprehensive musical growth.
Who should participate?
Music Mind Games® is appropriate for students enrolled in private instrumental lessons, Suzuki method instruction, performing ensembles at the Mason Gross Extension Division, and those who have not yet begun private lessons. Students will learn basic musical skills (steady beat, rhythm, note values, and names) while having fun and making new friends. The small class size (maximum six students per class) ensures each child receives individualized instruction and develops a firm foundation for musical growth in preparation for private music lessons. We recommended that students have access to a piano or keyboard, or another musical instrument at home for daily practice.