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Video Tutorial
Game Directions
 

 

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No need to learn a new game with NotesTM. Simply play games you already know. Just identify numbers 2-10 by solving the equation in the upper left corner of the card, and use the four instrument families as your card suits.  
     
  "This is an inventive, creative and engaging way to teach students the fundamentals of music"...Wynton Marsalis  
     

 

 

How it works?
In a standard deck of cards, there are 4 card suits, having 13 cards which include: Ace,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, Jack, Queen, and King. and two Jokers.


NotesTM uses this same system. However, it incorporates music by changing the names of the cards suits and uses the numeric note value as part of card numbers . It also, aides in identification of various instruments and their families by showing pictures and instrument names on appropriate cards. Math is integrated into the deck by applying various operations (+,-, x), within an equation. The numbers are represented by the musical value, much like algebraic variables.

 

 
   
  • Use Notes ™ to play any card game you would play with regular playing cards...
  • Declare War, Go Fish, Spades, Bid Whist, Tonk, Twenty-One, and many more
  • Card suits are indentified by instrument families...
  • Jacks, Queens, & Kings are represented by pictures and flats, naturals, & sharps…
  • Game includes 55 regulations size playing cards: including directions and 2 Jokers...
  • Recommended for ages 8 and up...
    Patent Pending...
 
 
 

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Math Explanatory 1:23
Music Explanatory 1:36
FAQ 2:22
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