Next we tried out a new game that I call Jumping (for lack of a better name). We sat in a circle and laid our Ni Pa Vou cards out from left to right from ni to ni' (the apostrophe indicates it is one octave higher). My ni' overlapped with my neighbor to the right's low ni. Then I showed them the pattern by singing and pointing to the cards. I went most of the way up the scale and they didn't seem to be picking up the pattern, so I stopped and showed them the pattern explicitly. Then we did it together up and back down the scale. It still seemed a little tricky for them. We will probably try it again next week and see how it goes.
Finally we went through some of the Parallage Phrases. I had them write in the symbol for ison in some of the later phrases that still begin on ni. We used the magic notes some and they took turns trying out ison. Overall, they did pretty well with ison.