Music games are a great way to open children up to the possibilities of the arts.
Students that are exposed to music early on in school are known to do better and go farther in life than they would have without it. Introducing the arts in the form of music games is a great way to start them out with a love for the arts. Take of look at these fun games and mobile applications to bring life to your music lessons.
Music Fortune Teller
A Music Fortune Teller can be designed to review many concepts including note names or the names of line and space notes. Orchestral instruments and families are another great subject the kids would enjoy.
AutoRap corrects bad rapping by matching spoken syllables to any beat, using Smule’s “rappification” technology to let you create your own original raps. Visualizations match the beat of your raps, and can be shared via email, Facebook and Twitter let your students share their glory with the world.
From Bruno Mars to Mozart, students learn to play the hottest songs on Magic Piano! Relax your classroom with beautiful sounds of piano while playing your favorite tunes on the original #1 piano rhythm game. This app was featured by TIME, New York Times and Google Play Best Apps lists.
Chromatik is loaded with a full catalog of free sheet music of your students favorite artist. It also included annotation and recording tools.
This is a fast Bingo game to review the notes on the Grand Staff. Depending on your time, you can play 3 in a row or black out. You can download the pdf here
A member of the Teacher Learning Community contributed this Music Games Symbaloo board to help you find the best resources for bookmarking/curating musical games and activities.
We hope we got you started in seeing the great opportunities you have to help your students begin their journey to love the arts. Catch live and on-demand webinars in the Teacher Learning Community.