I imagine it was for a limited time, but, again, I don't recall! I couldn't find anything about it on my blog. It's such a cute little game that I had to make it available again. Rather than put this file in my store, I am just going to make it available through my blog just in time for candy corn season. :-D
The game is "Candy Corn Melodies". Not my most original title. Lol! But it definitely tells you what's going to be happening in the game. ;-)
To prepare this game, simply print out the pages on heavy paper. I prefer card stock, but regular paper has worked just fine for me in the past as well. I then cut out the pieces (kids are great for that if you have your own kids or students that volunteer to do things. Free labor! ;-) ) and laminate. Now, know that I laminate ev.ery.thing as I absolutely HATE cutting things out to replace destroyed items. You can certainly skip that step. I also know color ink is expensive and I had the black lines of this particular clip art. How cure would these be on a fun yellow or orange paper!?! You could even do a bunch of different colors if you are making lots of sets. Easy clean-up and no mix-up between the sets.
This particular free version would probably on work with partners or maybe three in a group as it is just s-m melodies. The students match the melody using the first letters of the solfege to the melody on a three line staff. I'm sure your imaginations and ingenuity could come up with different ways of using these.
Off the top of my head, a memory game, an "I have- Who has" game, a center game.... I'd love to hear how you use this in YOUR classrooms.
If you and your students enjoy this, please check out the s-l-m and d-r-m versions available in my store!