Piano party games
Found in: Recitals & Events
Elsie W., Idaho
What is your favorite piano party game? I need one for tomorrow!
Carrie L., Michigan
Musical chairs. I play at first and the one that is out gets to play next. They love it.
Another one is Hangman for their playlist. You can do teams if needed. I play traditional Hangman but they have to play a portion of a song to be able to guess and if they can’t play, you start to hand. I’ve never had anyone lose. It’s a great way to get teamwork too, as they can help their teammates figure out the song.
Laurie Richards, Nebraska
Mad Libs with Foundation song lyrics. Or for Christmas parties, I made some mad libs for Christmas lyrics like Rudolph. Then a student would play the accompaniment while someone sings the silly lyrics.
Joy O., Alabama
Mad Libs is a game in which you take a paragraph, story, or poem, and take out some words, leaving blanks. The leader then asks people to volunteer words such as “animal” or “name of fictional person” or “color”. The group doesn’t know what the story is. Fill in all the blanks, and then rad it. So you might come up with a song like this: “Harold, the green-nosed gerbil, had a very shiny nose…Then one foggy Christmas Eve, the Tooth Fairy came to say…”