I'm playing with the idea of having a theory club after school - at least to road test the idea for one term. Has anyone ever done this, and what did you use? I want to invite anyone from years 3 to 6, at whatever level, so my resources have to be flexible. If I only had a few children I could well teach "in the open" and cover a topic, say, rests, with all of them, going into more detail with the older ones, but if I have more it would be better for them to work on their own at their own rate. What I'm looking for is a resource which is designed to be "fun" (has games and perhaps pictures in amongst the work). I do have Theory Is Fun by Maureen Cox, and the spirit is right, but frankly the layout is just dreadful - not enough room to write a scale, for instance - and she has invented weird mnemonics for the lines and spaces (All Cats Enjoy Grieg, and Elephant George Beats Drum Fast, for heaven's sake). Some of the piano methods have nice theory books associated with them (Alfred for example) but they are too much related to the piano books and involve things like hand positions. I'd like them to be able to have something to show for it; we're in a deprived area and they mostly don't do external exams round here if they cost them, so I'd happily make tests and certificates myself. Any suggestions?