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    Check out the beauty of our Name that Song Quiz! Are you caring for a senior citizen or working in an aged care facility? If so, you know how important it is to keep the residents engaged and entertained. One great way to do that is through music! Music has a unique ability to evoke emotions and memories, and it can provide a sense of joy and connection to those in their later years.

    Seniors answering the Name that Song Quiz

    To play simply say or sing a few words from the song and let the audience call out the name of the song, encourage them to name the singer as well. It is best to sing the question line to the tune to make it easier to guess the song.

    Find the A4 Printable PDF version at the bottom of this page.

    Quiz Benefits for Seniors

    Engaging in quizzes can be a delightful activity for seniors in aged care, offering both mental stimulation and social connection. Here’s why:

    • Sharpens the Mind: Quizzes act like a mental workout, challenging memory and recall. This helps keep cognitive skills sharp and may even delay age-related decline.
    • Boosts Mood: Answering questions correctly triggers the release of dopamine, a feel-good chemical in the brain. This can elevate mood and promote a sense of accomplishment.
    • Connects People: Quizzes can be done individually or in groups, fostering conversation and friendly competition. This social interaction helps combat loneliness and isolation, common concerns for seniors in aged care.
    • Sparks Joy: Recalling trivia or learning new facts can be genuinely enjoyable. Quizzes provide a lighthearted and stimulating activity that brings a sense of fun and laughter.

    Answer the Name that Song Quiz Now!

    When I was just a little girl, I asked my mother what will I be
    Que Sera Sera – Doris Day

    You keep saying you’ve got something for me, something you call love but confess?
    These Boots are Made for Walking – Nancy Sinatra

    She said I was high class but that was just a lie, she said I was high class but that was just lie
    Hound Dog – Elvis Presley

    You know I work all day to get you money to buy you things?
    It’s Been a Hard Day’s Night – The Beatles

    I don’t believe you, you’re not the truth. No one could look as good as you, Mercy
    Pretty woman – Roy Orbison

    I see trees of green red roses too, I see them bloom for me and you, and I think to myself
    What a wonderful world – Louis Armstrong

    There will be love and laughter and peace ever after tomorrow just you wait and see 
    White Cliffs of Dover – Vera Lynn

    I hear the train a coming it’s rolling around the bend and I’ve not seen the sunshine since I don’t know when
    Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash

    The old home town looks the same, as I step down from the train and there to meet me is my Mama & Papa
    Green Green Grass of Home – Tom Jones


    When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie
    That’s Amore – Dean Martin

    Let’s pretend that we’re together all alone. I’ll tell the man to turn the jukebox way down low
    He’ll Have to Go – Jim Reeves

    Like a band of Gypsies we go down the highway. We’re the best of friends Insisting that the world keep turnin’ our way
    On the Road Again – Willie Nelson

    I gave a letter to the postman it in his sack. Bright and early next morning he brought my letter back
    Return to Sender – Elvis Presley

    When an old friend I happened to see
    I introduced her to my loved one
    and while they were dancing my friend stole
    my sweetheart from me

    Tennessee Waltz – Patti Page

    But don’t forget who’s taking you home and in whose arms you’re going to be
    Save The Last Dance For Me – The Drifters

    Give him two arms to cling to and something warm to come to when nights are cold and lonely
    Stand By Your Man – Tammy Wynette

    Lemonade stands everywhere crackerjack bands fill the air and there you are happy landing on a chocolate bar
    Good Ship Lollipop – Shirley Temple

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