Making music fun for students, teachers and schools ...

Discover music theory games, quizzes and more to support learning and teaching (many FREE!). Solve the musical clues to ‘Escape The House’, work out ‘Who Stole Simon’s Doughnut’, or try not to get fired in the ‘Pizza Takeaway’. Unlock badges and points along the way and try to earn the top musical ranking of ‘Presto Possible’!

'He loves the site ... He was so excited ... Was able to introduce new concepts in this game today to him. He was fully engaged'.

Music teacher on Susan Leigh’s resources

Music Theory

Send your teacher to Mars or try and ‘Breakout’ of the maze in several FREE theory games. Topics include note values, time signatures, intervals, note naming, music terms and more

Add Your Students

Music teachers can sign up for a free teacher account and add their own students. View a snapshot of activity and progress in the teacher dashboard and increase motivation and enjoyment!

Music Lessons

Susan Leigh MA LRSM LLCM FISM, the creator of this site, teaches students in her thriving teaching practice in the UK and also offers online mentoring for music teaching diplomas.

‘When we played a few games on the website in class they all asked for access to it! Year 2 were absolutely spellbound on the ‘Who stole my doughnut’ game’.

Ms Gunn from St. Gabriel’s School

Created by music teacher of 20+ years ...

This site has been created by Susan Leigh MA LRSM LLCM FISM who loves making music fun for her own students. Susan runs a thriving teaching practice in the UK as well as working in an independent school and teaches students of all ages including a large proportion of adult learners. Susan has taught students from beginner to diploma level and also enjoys providing mentoring for the DipABRSM Teaching Diploma either in person or via a distance learning package on this site. Please find out more about music lessons here.

FREE Music Pack

Music theory games, quizzes, listening activities, scale games and resources and more. FREE to sign up for students, teachers and schools!

Piano Monster Mission

Fun theory games for the beginner piano student. Send your teacher to a desert island or creep past the ‘Sleeping Dragons’. Unlock all the monster codes to earn your certificate!

Note Genius

Unlock the musical codes and move up the levels in this fun pack to help treble clef note reading. Includes draw on the screen activities, word puzzles, and much more.

Codebreaker 5

Revise for your grade 5 theory exam with quizzes on intervals, chords and cadences, scales and more. Unlock the musical codes – each code is a musical term like ‘cantabile’ or ‘allegro’ so it’s a great way to learn them!

Multiplayer Games

A collection of beginner music theory games ideal for teachers with all suitable for two players (and some work well in a team setting). Includes treble and bass clef note naming, simple time signatures and note values, and general music theory quizzes.

Music Teachers

Music teachers can sign up for FREE and add their own students to any music pack. View student activity round the site and a snapshot of progress. If students unlock a musical code in any pack it will appear in your activity stream so you can see instantly they have understood a topic.

'Just wanted to say how helpful my daughter found this site for revision in her lead up to her Grade 5 music theory exam. Will definitely recommend to others'.

Parent on Susan Leigh’s resources

'Three piano kids buzzing about using interactive games for their music theory. Two sisters were very excited and want to compete!! Thanks @learnatune'

Music teacher on Susan Leigh’s resources

'Thank you for teaching me the piano. I love every minute of it. You opened a door for me four years ago, and inside was joy'.

Student on Susan Leigh’s teaching

'Thanks so much for your excellent advice that enabled me to get a distinction in my DipABRSM. I still can’t believe it!'

Student on Susan Leigh’s teaching