Passport challenge

Di Burt from Banksia Beach in QLD has signed up for the challenge and has come up with a really unique idea.

Di writes:

“I’ve just made up my student diaries for 2013 and have included an international passport for each child together with a colourful map of the world.
The passport has 40 opportunities to enter a completed piece – the cost of flying from one place to another. It’ll be fun to see who doesn’t get home in time for Christmas and who gets around the world once in 40 lessons!!!! Just have to hope Brisbane airport can cope with the extra demand for travel”

Di is happy to send any interested teachers her template for the passport. If you would like a copy to play around with and change to suit yourself, feel free to email me at and I will put you in touch with Di.

4 thoughts on “Passport challenge

  1. I have a new idea for 2014……it’s an individual game board for each student incorporating small rewards for milestones ie 10, 20, 30 pieces , a special reward for a REALLY convincing performance, consequences/choices for not completing a piece and opportunity to compose. While the latter doesn’t necessarily involve note reading – it can certainly lead to note writing – which leads to note reading 🙂
    Happy to share if you want a copy.

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