One of the most classic music therapy interventions is Musical Jeopardy.
It’s familiar, inviting, engaging and fun. Perfect for a practicum student, intern or seasoned clinician to facilitate.
Every year I come up with a new version of this game and use it as I’m getting to know my new groups and clients, and assess them.
In this year’s version I have questions about Bruno Mars, Justin Beiber, and of course Moana. I found ways to work on expressive communication, memory, attention and auditory perception training.
If this piques your interest and you’d like a FREE copy, click here to get a template for use in your own sessions. You can adapt it to fit the musical preferences and goals of your own group, but the ideas on this template will give you a great place to start!
I think this is a great idea that would work great with some of my adolescent students–and the questions can be easily adapted to fit the needs of all my students!
I’m already a subscriber but can’t seem to find the jeopardy template you sent last year in my lesson plans–could you possibly email me a copy? Thanks!
Yes I will send it to you since you’re already on the list! :)