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Hopping Intervals Level Five has the intervals 2nd through an Octave. You can play the same as before, (See Hopping Intervals Level One for how to play) just with more challenging intervals.
Level Six is only minor and major 3rds. I am constantly reviewing this concept with the major and minor chords. This level and level three (whole steps and half steps) gets very repetitive unless you separate the cards into up and down piles. I find that if we go up and then down, we aren’t moving to the same two or three notes. With this in mind, you can use just the “hop up” cards to race up the piano or the “hop down” cards to race down.
Usually when racing I start at the far end of the piano and race to middle C. I put a little sticky flag on the note and whoever gets to the flag first wins. Now “Hop” to it!