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Music Mind Games is a curriculum of more than 200 cooperative games for teaching music theory and reading, developed by Michiko Yurko. Used in music studios and classrooms around the world, Music Mind Games makes music theory easy to understand and most of all, it is really fun. Students learn sophisticated concepts involving rhythm, dictation, note reading, and sight singing in the form of imaginative games. Thanks to a nurturing teaching philosophy, sequential pedagogical concepts, clever materials and mind-stimulating games, students grow to love and be excited about music theory.

The essence of the Music Mind Games method is detailed in the 230-page book of the same name published by Warner Bros. Publications. It explains the teaching philosophy and details games for students ages two through adult. Six new Power Point Presentations make it easy to understand the philosophy and scope of Music Mind Games. A revision of the book is in progress and available after 2006. The popular boxed game Musopoly is available in music stores and online.

Music Mind Games works in private music lessons, small weekly or semi-monthly theory classes, public and private school music programs, workshops, summer camps, church choirs and home schooling. These concepts have an immediate impact for students of all instruments whether they play only a few games or are taught the entire scope of the nine-year curriculum. The book is an invaluable tool for music educators and detailed enough for nonmusic-readers to understand. Since teachers and parents are often so good at improvising, it is also possible to use the materials without playing games to help theory concepts be clearer.

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