Studio: Beginner Piano

Beginner piano games for younger learners

A collection of online music games (many customisable) to complement any method book. Perfect from the first lesson covering finger numbers, white key practice, simple time values and more.

All of @learnatune games are playable using a web browser on a computer, laptop or tablet

Music games in this online pack

Fairground

Top the leaderboard by trying your luck on the toy grabber machine. A piano keys game.

Train Station

There is a job going at the train station but will you get hired or fired? Includes a printable certificate for students who are successful! A musical alphabet game.

March of the Ants

How far will your ant climb up the ant trail? A leaderboard game but watch out for the anteater! Practice finger numbers.

Aliens Love Pizza

The cheeky aliens are hiding in the space station food cupboards stealing pizza meant for the astronauts! Several question options for beginners to choose from.

Sleeping Dragons

Help William the Wizard make it to the castle in the clouds but watch out for the sleeping dragons. Wake three up and it’s game over. A time signatures or time values game.

Starfish

Make it to the treasure box and collect as many starfish as you can! Careful though – you don’t want to land on a shark! A musical signs game.

Emoji Lab

Enter the lab to create your own emoji but only if you score enough points in the quiz. A notation game (treble and bass staves with draggable notes).

Bonus Resources

As well as the online games, this music pack includes a PDF download with useful extra resources including a certificate for getting a job at the Train Station!


The games in this music pack have been designed for teachers to use in music lessons. All work well during in person lessons and many are ideal for online teaching using platforms like Zoom or Skype. Simply open a web browser on your computer, laptop or tablet, select a game and play!

Susan Leigh MA LRSM LLCM FISM – Music teacher and creator of the games


Happy music teachers and students

I have been using the resources on Study for Five in my studio for several months now, and my students absolutely love these games! 

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I really love and appreciate your games – they are a fantastic aid to my teaching

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There is now a fantastic new website that breaks down theory into fun games and you’ll end up learning without even realising!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Will your students get a job on the musical alphabet train?

This music pack comes with a certificate template to give out if they do!

Using in music lessons

Most of the games in this music pack are customisable.

  • Emoji Lab and Aliens Love Pizza, for example, both include draggable notes which you can move into any position on the stave. Tailor to your student that only knows two notes and those that know more!
  • March of the Ants has a playable one octave piano. Plus it has a fun finger number activity with nails to paint and rings to put on fingers
  • Sleeping Dragons has a useful stave with draggable note values to set simple time signature or musical maths questions – and there is even an on-screen scribble pad.