Name That Note, Teaching Ideas

learn piano notes game

Name that Note

Play this fantastic game to learn the notes on a musical stave. How many points will you score?

This game is also available in a distraction-free window here.

13th November 2015

I like the game, but the kind of music in the background is distracting. It would be better if the music would be a classical or play the note that the child has to select..

15th November 2015

You have the option to turn sound off in the bottom right at the home screen.

4th January 2016

My students absolutely LOVE this game. there used to be a full screen version of this, which made it easy for the whole classroom to participate. Is there a way to bring that back?

Mark Warner

8th January 2016

Hi @Anon. I have just added a link to the full-screen version underneath the game 🙂

Bonny Lundin-Scheer

20th January 2016

I enjoyed this note quiz. This is definitely something I can use with my students. My only comment is that it would be useful to set the range of the notes used in the quiz, so that my violin students who are reading notes only on two strings, for instance, can drill themselves on a limited pitch set. Otherwise, a great game and teaching tool!

22nd January 2016

It is very helpful

18th February 2016

Emma Scheuerman

19th February 2016

I really learned a lot from this game!

26th February 2016

Mia thermopoles

i like this game.

Miss Jaques

Hi! My students and I love your game, but we do always ask one bonus question in regards to your game–what is wrong with the display of the game? I was wondering if you would be able to fix this error so my students can feel that we made a difference. The error is that for music letter names they should always be captial/upper case letters. Thanks for reading my comment 🙂

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