Arcade type game that has students press specific letter keys on the keyboard to play songs. The game requires students to hold down the letter key for the correct number of beats, or length of the bar, thus training them to keep a steady beat when playing. If pitches move by step, letters are adjacent. Pitches that have larger intervals are further apart. There is a free play option where students can create their own melodies which would be great for improvisation.
This is an easy interactive resource that allows students to choose between 2 scenes, and then choose sound effects to accompany the short movie. With several options to choose from for each small clip, this proves a great lesson on how different sounds can change the meaning of a scene.
In this highly engaging interactive, students will sharpen their adiition skills while destroying balls by forming number pairs that add up to 10. Students can use one ball to destroy a group of same numbered balls.
This is an excellent review for beginning level students learning piano. Using a cross section keyboard of an octave (including accidentals), students choose the correct piano key as pitches on a staff go by. There are a variety of levels to choose from. If the student chooses the wrong piano key, it shows up above/below the given pitch in red. Perfect for general music students learning basic piano skills.