Flashcard style games (many customisable!) for music teachers
A collection of online music games ideal for helping students practice note naming, interval reading, steps and skips – or even musical signs using the in-built scribble pad! Music teachers can drag notes up or down the stave into position, making these games ideal for students who have only learnt a couple of notes as well as those who have learnt the whole stave.
All of @learnatune games are playable using a web browser on a computer, laptop or tablet
Music games in this online pack
Where will your fish lands as he flies out of the water? Collect sea creatures but watch out for the shark or fisherman who will steal your points!
Swim down the river disguised as a mummy to reclaim the treasure Pharaoh Fred stole from you. Keep an eye out for waves! Short video demo here
Watch your apples fly through the air (hopefully!) as they launch from the rocket. A fun card game with customisable notes.
Send your car round the race track but don’t land on an empty fuel tank! This game has an inbuilt leaderboard to compete against other players from around the world.
Help Sneaky Stan complete his mission and creep past the sleepy robots. Wake up four and it’s game over! This game includes an online scribble pad with blank stave.
Melody Minor the miner is fed up of other miners stealing precious jewels so she has booby trapped the mine with dynamite! How much treasure can you collect?
Five hot chillis and it’s game over! This game includes pre-filled flashcards with a choice of treble or bass clefs (and an in-built scribble pad for musical signs practice)
Alien Beam Up
Can you stop the aliens from leaving? Like Hot Chilli, the notes have already been added to the flashcards and cards are drawn randomly.
Stone Age Bingo
Tools are more important than money in the stone age! Play as Fred or Joe the cavemen and compete against each other in this two player game. Great for two students or teacher versus student.
““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
As a teacher the drag and drop notes are incredible! I love how I can tailor it to the range of notes a beginner knows, or focus on a particular set of notes that are recent and relevant.
Genuinely thank you so much – particularly during lockdown teaching your games have been such a lifesaver and transformed the lessons. Truly grateful.
3 piano kids buzzing about using interactive games for their music theory. 2 sisters were very excited and want to compete!! Thanks @learnatune
Set up leaderboard competitions with your students for extra fun and motivation
This music pack comes with a PDF file of printable and colourful leaderboard templates
Using in music lessons
Almost all of the games in this music pack are customisable by the teacher when students draw a question from the set of flashcards
- Five have draggable notes which you can move into any position on the stave. Use for note drilling, interval reading, steps and skips, or anything else you wish.
- Sleepy Robots has an on screen scribble pad with blank stave, ideal for asking students to draw notes themselves.
- Hot Chilli and Alien Beam Up have pre-filled flashcards in treble or bass clefs, and Stone Age Bingo has pre-filled bingo cards.
- The exercises are marked by the teacher and scores are mostly out of five. This is added to the total game score.