Head over to Making Music Fun to play fun arcade games that will teach you music theory as you play. The games are FREE!
In Music Press Distress you learn to identify six basic rhythms with Oliver and the Gang. The game uses rhythms with the whole note, the half note, the eighth note, the dotted half note and the dotted quarter note.
In Eek Shark! you learn your note names with Oliver and the gang. Select the treble clef or the bass clef, set the note range that you would like to drill and play!
Play “Music Press Distress” and “Eek! Shark!” Here.
Get Flash Frog™ | Music Flash Cards (Matching/Memory) Game from MakingMusicFun.net. Make January the month your piano students finally know their note names. FlashFrog flashcards and memory game will provide the variety you’ll need to keep them focused while they drill. Limited time freebie.
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Brand new beginner piano students can use this worksheet to learn notes on the treble clef. This makes learning the notes so easy for any age student. Kids will love it!
Download Free Note Naming Worksheet
My 8-year-old son has only been taking piano lessons for 2 weeks. He is picking it up very quickly. I found free printable music note flash cards to help him learn the notes.
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