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GAMEPLAN GameBoard with Digital Resources



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GAMEPLAN GameBoard with Digital Resources
By Jeff Kriske and Randy DeLelles

Set of 8 bulletin boards components and a Digital supplement to enhance learning in the elementary music classroom. Designed as companion pieces to Gameplan curriculum (grades 1-5), each full color display engages students in active music making.

The Digital Supplement is created with the SMART Notebook software and accredited with SMART's Premium Content Status. The digital supplement contains seven of the eight components. The barred instrument signs are not included in the digital supplement.

The 132 pieces include:

  • xylophone visual with 16 removable letters (35" x 20")
  • 12 recorder fingering charts (7" x 17"), Baroque fingering including pitches C-E' with F# and Bb
  • 8 hand signal cards (7" x 7") from Do to Do'
  • Solfege ladder (7" x 35") with 11 removable pieces
  • 24 barred instrument signs (12" x 5") identify each instrument of a balanced instrumentarium *(contra bass bar sign 7" x 5")
  • Body percussion staff (35" x 20") with 4 movable pieces (stamp, pat, clap, snap)
  • 17 music symbol cards (7" x 7")
  • 32 unpitched percussion cards (7" x 7") show the icon and name of the instrument and are categorized by family: wood (green), metal (blue) and skin (orange)
  • Pieces are all full color, corner rounded and printed on heavy-weight coded stock.

*Balanced instrumentarium signs-number of each:
Contra bass bar-1, BX-3, BM-1, AX-4, AM-2, SX-3, SM-2, SM-2, AG-4, SG-4.



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Will the digital resources work on "ActivBoard" software? I have an interactive white board, but not a "Smart Board". Would that work?
A shopper on Aug 2, 2015
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Does this mean that it would work on a digital projector if you use the free viewer? Is the free viewer Mac computer or iPad compatible?
Nadine on Sep 17, 2013
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What are the system requirements for GAMEPLAN GameBoard with Digital Resources software and device?
A shopper on May 7, 2013
Best Answer: The digital resources are in Smartboard file format. If you do not have a Smartboard, the files can be viewed by downloading the free viewer at
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