How to Play Musical Chairs?

Have you ever watched children to play Musical Chairs? When the music stops, the children push and shove to get to a chair and the first child who doesn’t find a seat sits out of the game. As the game continues, the children can get more and more aggressive and stopping at nothing to be the winner. In the intervening time, the losers may feel left out, bored or upset as well. This game is an example of a competitive musical game.


There is a reason that people have been playing musical chairs for generations. It's a cheap and fun way to entertain children at a party. It can also be set up within minutes. All you need is a bunch of children in a room filled with chairs and a source of music. These will help children to learn more with playing musical games. Musical chairs is a popular party and children's game, but it can also be difficult to win if children don't have a competitive streak. If they are tired of losing to their friends at musical chairs, then it's time to step up game. Children then show others to their proclivity for winning, and they will be taken seriously at all upcoming musical chair gatherings.

Well there are some step that how your children play musical chairs. These are discuss below:

  1. Arrange musical chairs:first teachers or parents need to arrange some chairs back to back and in the center of the room. Also allowing one chair less than the number of total players. After arranging the chairs someone need to play the music.
  2. Start moving:At once, all participated children should start to walk around the chairs and to the sound of the music.
  3. Sit on seats:When the music stops, each child must try to find a seat and as there is one chair short so someone will fail to sit on chair and is "out" of the game. The eliminated child must carry a chair away with them.
  4. Repeat again and again:Keep repeating the instructions again and again until there is only one child left in, with no chair to sit upon. This child has won the game.

Well the above mentioned steps shows that children love  Forte School Auckland and they love to shake their bottoms as they were born thinking they are rock stars. They probably get that from their shaking roots but legacy aside most children really enjoy music, movement and creating their own music as well. Musical games stimulates children’s auditory senses, fires up their imagination and also gives them a good mood. Musical chairs games engages children camaraderie, promotes friendly competition and a great way to channel their superfluous energy. Well these musical party games for children are popular at birthdays and holiday parties, festivals, school functions, weddings, family picnics and other special events to enjoy as well as increase interest.