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Music Multiplayer


A pack of 17 online beginner music theory games for playing either with a teacher, parent or friend (some ideal for team play or groups of students in a school classroom setting). Please see below for more information. This pack gives access for one year.


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A list of the games in this pack:

  • Golden Staircasethe player or team who climbs the furthest up the staircase and collects the most gemstones wins in this treble clef note naming game.
  • Secret Letter: hide the secret letter for the other player or team to find? A treble clef note naming game.
  • Stegosaurus Snap: tap your stegosaurus before the other player in this two player game of treble snap.
  • Snowman: collect snowmen – but careful – it’s easy to lose them too! A treble clef game.
  • Treble Bingo: a classic game of bingo using treble notes and the online crayons (draw on the screen!)
  • Beat The Teacher Treble: can you beat your teacher (or parent or friend?!). Who can name the most notes against the clock?
  • Save The Chocolate: work as a team to save the chocolate melting! A bass clef game for two players or teams.
  • Snakes and Ladders: a classic game using bass notes for two players or a team. Climb up the ladders but watch out for the snakes!
  • Animal Tic Tac Toe: it’s hippo against monkey in this ‘three in a row’ two player game. Uses bass clef notes.
  • Beat The Teacher Bass: beat the teacher (or a parent or friend!) by naming the most bass clef notes against the clock.
  • Bouncing Frogs: who’s frog will bounce the furthest in this time signatures game for two players or teams? Uses time signatures of 2, 3 and 4 beats in a bar plus 1, 2, 3 and 4 beat notes.
  • Ten Pin Bowling: Highest scorer wins by knocking down the most pins. Uses time signatures of 2, 3 and 4 beats in a bar plus half, 1, 2, 3 and 4 beat notes.
  • Target: hit the target with the arrows to score points. A musical maths game for two players or teams using 1, 2, 3 and 4 beat notes.
  • Musical Squares: roll the dice to draw lines and make musical squares. A two player game using 1, 2, 3 and 4 beat notes.
  • Notes in a Row: can you get four in a row in this two player game? Uses 1, 2, 3 and 4 beat notes.
  • Space Rollercoaster: have you got enough fuel to get the furthest around the space rollercoaster? Watch out for aliens!
  • Wise Old Owl:race to the finish and prove who is the wisest owl. A two or team player game using beginner musical signs and notation.


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