Interval Race

Level: Units 4+
On your marks, Interval Racers! Use this worksheet and game for two players to help students practice quickly identifying intervals in music.

Included in PDF:

  • Instructions + 2 Game Markers (cars)
  • Board Game
  • 8 Interval Pages

Note: This game works best if you laminate all pages.

Materials needed:

  1. Two dry erase markers
  2. Dice
  3. Game Markers (included in game)


  1. Print two copies of the interval pages and laminate them for frequent use.
  2. Print and laminate the game board and game marker (cars) sheet. Cut out the game markers.

Game Instructions:

  1. Players 1 and 2 fill out the first half of worksheet 1 using dry erase markers on the count of three. The first person to finish say, “Finished!”
  2. The person who finished first hands their sheet to the second player, who looks over the answers to check for mistakes.
  3. If the person who finished first has written answers that are 100% correct, they may roll the dice and move their game marker (car) forward. If they make any errors, they move back one space.
  4. Continue steps 1-3, working through each level of the interval pages until someone completes the race. The first person to reach the finish line wins.

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