Compose Yourself {by ThinkFun}

Do your kids love music? If they love music, I am certain they would love to create their own music!

Think Fun Games has come up with a super new game called Compose Yourself. What is it all about?

This game was invented by Philip Sheppard, a world-class composer and cellist.
Compose Yourself contains 60 musical cards that work along with an exclusive website. You just type in your code, flip and arrange cards in the order you like, and hit play! You get to hear your composition played by virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie and a full symphony orchestra at historic Abbey Road Studios! Isn’t that amazing!?

-60 transparent music cards
-composer card code
-instructions with composing tips
-online tools and resources
-travel bag

Via Think Fun:

“The website will allow you to flip, rotate and swap cards so that you can change your melody until you love what you hear. When you’re done, download an mp3, print music and share with your friends and social networks. Compose Yourself stimulates and connects the right and left brain, building new thinking skills and encouraging creativity, self-expression and a passion for music. As Philip Sheppard has said, “We all talk about playing music, but it’s even more fun to play with music!”


To give you a better idea of how this game works, and a little peek at this game in action, check out the video that I made of my daughter playing it for the first time. ๐Ÿ˜‰

This is my daughter’s creation, ready to print. Isn’t this so neat!?


What do I think? Compose Yourself is really fun. Your kids can create unlimited melodies. It will spark their creativity and enhance their love of music. They will LOVE this! It is available on ๐Ÿ˜€

I received this game from Think Fun for my honest, unbiased feedback. Opinions stated in this review are truthful and 100% mine.

Author: Sandy

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