For the first time in almost a decade, Trevor and I started watching Survivor again. Apparently, not much has changed for the castaways. The contestants are still plotting behind each other’s backs, voting enemies off the island, and solving slide puzzles during competitions.
I have to admit, the show sucked us right back in and an hour of our lives was captured by the television… again.
But our hour wasn’t entirely wasted, because the slide puzzle inspired me to create an exciting piano game to help your students reinforce their recognition of intervals. And, since Easter is just around the corner, we decided to give the game an egg-cellent theme.
How To Play Scrambled Eggs For Easter
Today’s game reinforces visual recognition of melodic intervals of a 3rd, 4th, and 5th. It is easy to play, but rather difficult to explain in writing, so Trevor and I decided to shoot a quick video demonstration which you can view below!
After watching the video, download the Scrambled Eggs printable here, collect a set of plastic Easter eggs, a timer, and a felt pen, and get ready to have some interval fun!
Two More Easter Activities For Your Studio
Easter is early this year, which means it will creep up on you fast! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to bring themed fun into your lessons. Click on the images below to check out some of our favorite Easter piano teaching printables and games below and prep now for April fun!