Wednesday, May 25

Detail Plan: Tempo • Console and Board

“One, two, three, qua.” “Cha !, Cha !, Cha !, Cha!”. “Cha !, Hey !, Cha !, Hey!”. These are some of the songs that are heard around a game at Weather. This GDM Games novelty is now available, filling these parties with rhythm.

It comes in the form of an educational game, to be used both at home and in the classroom. It invites us to practice with harmony and rhythm, generating melodies that follow the beat of the metronome. From 2 to 6 participants, from the age of 10, will do everything possible to accumulate the highest value cards, pulling concentration.

Created by Pak Gallego and illustrated by LittleHouse BoardGames, it consists of vowel and rhythm cards. The experience is completed with a solo and cooperative mode. From 11 photographs, we made a game guide. As if it were a help card, it serves to move through its mechanics.

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Game components.
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The color of the cards determines the level. We will use one or the other depending on the desired difficulty.
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One player will act as the metronome. Distribute one card per participant and sing the measure «one, two, three cua».
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After that first measure, without interruptions, the other players will join in, singing the note of their card.
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For each measure, before the number three, the metronome will deliver one more card to one player. No one can have two more than another.
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We will find quarter notes, eighth notes, triplets and sixteenth notes. They will force them to respect their times.
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The round ends when someone makes a mistake. This will deliver your highest value card to the metronome. The others will also save your best card.
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If no one makes mistakes, the round ends when everyone sings their four notes in one measure. Each one saves his card of greatest value. The metronome will not retain any.
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We shuffle the cards. The metronome will be the one to the right of the previous one, repeating the same mechanics.
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When everyone has been a metronome, the challenge is over. Whoever has the most points on their cards wins.
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Tempo includes rests, customizable cards, and percussion. It is completed with a solo and cooperative mode.

Reference-consolaytablero.com

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