Best online/offline games for young piano students!
February 4, 2015 7:54 PM   Subscribe

What are the best online or offline games for pre-teenaged kids taking piano lessons? Looking for those that are engaging, fun and teaches theory, keyboard skills or musical skills that can be applied to piano.
posted by storybored to Sports, Hobbies, & Recreation (2 answers total) 18 users marked this as a favorite
 
OOH! PICK ME! I KNOW THIS ONE! My middle school orchestra students enjoy:

At The Music Interactive web site, Staff Wars, Rhythm Blocks and Rhythmic Dictation. There are a bunch of others I haven't tried. Staff Wars and Rhythmic Dictation are also available as iPhone or Google Play apps.

The MusicTheory.net site has a bunch of exercises, a little less fun but my competitive kids like them. The Tenuto app is the much-slicker paid app version of them, but the online version is free.

Music Racer is kind of fun for note name drills.

Music Tech Teacher has a bunch of doofy little interactive quizzes of varying levels of engagement.

Emusictheory.com has free note-reading drills.
posted by charmedimsure at 10:22 PM on February 4, 2015


I should add the Theta Music Trainer, for those who haven't heard about it!
posted by storybored at 10:51 AM on February 5, 2015


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