Mystery: Who Ate My Cake

5.00 out of 5
(6 customer reviews)


Learn the music, search for hidden clues and work out ‘Who Ate My Cake’ in this interactive musical mystery!

  • Six original pieces to learn
  • A whole castle to explore in the online games!
  • Rule out the suspects one by one
  • Look for patterns and theory in the sheet music to solve the crime
  • Will the ‘Suspicious Statues’ help you?!
  • Check out a short video demo here!

Please read more information before purchase below.




Use your musical detective skills!

Entering the kitchen of Cherrywood Castle you discover a crime scene! At around 2 p.m. on Thursday the cook made the King’s favourite cake and left it on the table … but it has disappeared without a trace! Can you solve the mystery using the printable sheet music and accompanying set of fun online games! 

Gather the evidence

  • Who Ate My Cake includes a printable sheet music book (with clues hidden inside!) to keep forever so you can play your favourite tunes from the mystery as many times as you like! What are the ‘Suspicious Statues’ hiding and where is ‘Grandmother’s Jewellery Box’? There are six pieces to learn and the book comes in a PDF format for easy printing after checkout.
  • Search the castle using three online interactive games playable on a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Find out more about each of the suspects as you open doors and unravel the mystery. You will have access to Cherrywood Castle for six months from the date of purchase (plenty of time to solve the crime).
  • Who Ate My Cake also includes a ‘Case Files’ sheet with a list of suspects so you can keep notes as you conduct your investigations. Who was seen hanging around the kitchen door just before the crime took place and why are Freddie and Fiona so upset with the King?
  • Successful detectives automatically unlock a printable certificate for working out who ate the cake!

Choose your instrument

Who Ate My Cake is available in a choice of two levels for piano (beginner or early elementary) and also for treble instruments like the fluteclarinet, or saxophone. The Music Teacher Guide gives more information.

Learning has never been so much fun

Clues can often only be unlocked by understanding music theory and searching the music for help. That interesting looking box in the castle may not open unless you know the meaning of the musical term and understanding what a musical sign does could help you rule out a suspect.

All six original pieces have been composed by teacher of 20+ years, Susan Leigh.

  • Who Ate My Cake?
  • Suspicious Statues
  • Secrets of the Suits of Armour
  • A Piano Can Tell a Story
  • Message in a Bottle
  • Grandmother’s Jewellery Box


Both parts of the interactive music book and online game for ‘The Lost Diamond’ are licensed for one student and one printout of each book allowed per purchase. Access to the online game is for six months from date of purchase for a single user. Each user gets one chance to identify the ‘lost diamond’ at the end of the game. 


Additional information


Piano Beginner, Piano Early Elementary, Treble Instruments High, Treble Instruments Low

6 reviews for Mystery: Who Ate My Cake

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rosie Wight

    This was great, thanks!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lewis Brady (verified owner)

    very good

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie Sowter

    It was a really fun pack. Definitely would recommend to do.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Matt Walker (verified owner)

    Fantastic and fun resource.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Eesha Verma

    I loved doing this and I won as well!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Olivia Smith

    I won!!

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