Greek Letter Cards
The Greek Letter Cards are based on a Music Mind Games material called the Alphabet Cards. The games with an * are borrowed or adapted from Music Mind Games and are used with permission from Michiko Yurko.
The Greek Letter Cards are always used without pitch. Once students can identify the Greek letters, they use the cards to practice intervals without pitch. Chanters need to automatically know what pitch to say when given an interval in order to sight read easily. It helps to practice and master this skill separately from pitch.
Up 2 from vou > dhi (just saying the wordsnot on pitch)
Down 4 from zo > ga
Up 2 from vou > dhi (just saying the wordsnot on pitch)
Down 4 from zo > ga
Games
Fat Snake*
Begin by explaining why they are learning the Greek letters. Then show them how we mix cards for all of the games by doing a “pudding shuffle” mixing all of the cards face up on the floor. Then I divide them between the students and myself (not passing or counting just push a roughly equal amount to each person). I start the game by placing a v card on the floor in front of us and asking students to see if they have any. If they do they place them next to my Greek letter v. We should have six v cards next to each other. Now I look in my cards and find a Greek letter π. I place it above the v that is the same color as my card. Students do the same. We continue building our fat snake one letter at a time. Before each new letter, we start with v and point and say the names of the cards that we have added to the fat snake. This allows for repetition saying the words. When the fat snake is complete, we point at each letter and going up the column from v to z. When we reach the top of a column (at zo) we go to the bottom of the next color until we have done all of the colors.

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Fix the Order*
Have the students sit across from you. Pick one set of Greek letter cards (one color) and arrange them horizontally in front of you so that the students can read them. Explain that when you clap your hand they will close their eyes and when you snap your fingers they will open their eyes. Clap your hands and then pick two letters (next to each other at first) and switch their order. Then snap your fingers and ask students to raise their hand once they see which letters are out of order. Pick one student to fix the order and continue playing until everyone has had at least one turn. You can put students in pairs and have them take turns fixing the order.
What's Missing*
Have the students sit across from you. Pick one set of Greek letter cards (one color) and mix them up face up between you and the students. Next pick one letter card and separate it from the others. Then ask students to think about what letters come before and after the letter you chose and raise their hand if they would like to find the letters. After most students have raised their hands and have had time to figure it out pick one student to place the correct letters before and after the chosen letter. Play until all students have had at least one turn and then you may break students up into pairs to take turns playing amongst themselves.
Snake*
This game is usually played on the floor because you need lots of space. Place all of the Greek Letter cards face up in the center and mix them up. Students will start with ni and go up the scale to zo and then start over with ni again. The letters should be oriented the same way but they can twist around like a snake. The only rule is that they cannot put the same color next to each other. Once the long snake is made have the students point at the first ni at the beginning of the snake with you. Point and say the letters as you follow the snake's body. When you get to the end go backwards until you get back to the first ni. The goal of this game is for students to get faster at identifying the Greek letters as well as for them to be able to say the scale forward and backwards more easily (this aids with Parallage Practice).
Variations: Start with another letter and go up one, start with Zo and go down one, go up two (ni,vou,dhi,zo...), go down two, go up three or down three, etc. 
Telos*
To play Telos* with the Greek letter cards, let each student choose one color from the deck. Then have them mix them up, face up, on the floor or table in front of them. When you say "go", everyone puts the cards in order from ni to zo. Say the Greek letter when you lay the card down. Once students are good going up and down by one note, have them go up by 2 notes. Do this with each interval going up and down until each interval is really easy for them.
Before & After*
Have the students sit across from you. Pick one set of Greek letter cards (one color) and mix them up face up between you and the students. Next pick one letter card and separate it from the others. Then ask students to think about what letters come before and after the letter you chose and raise their hand if they would like to find the letters. After most students have raised their hands and have had time to figure it out pick one student to place the correct letters before and after the chosen letter. Play until all students have had at least one turn and then you may break students up into pairs to take turns playing amongst themselves.