www.emusictheory.com – Click on Free Theory Drills in left sidebar. Select a drill from the list. Wait for loading to finish, then click Start Drill. (You can adjust the settings for each drill by clicking the Settings button in the upper left hand corner.) Record the following information: Name of Drill, Completed, Errors, Score, Time, Average Time
www.musictheory.net – Click on the arrow beside the Trainers option. Select a trainer from the list. Wait for loading to finish, adjust the settings and begin completing the drills. Record the following information: Name of Trainer, Number Correct, Number Incorrect, Percent
www.teoria.com – Click on Exercises. Select one of the exercises from the list in the left sidebar. Select the desired options and click OK. Record the following information: Name of Exercise, Time, Percent
www.pedaplus.com – Click on Games and Quizzes in the left sidebar. Select one of the games or quizzes. Play the game or take the quiz. Record the following information: Name of game or quiz, Score
www.practicespot.com – Click on the orange section that says Visit Our Website. Click on one of the links under Free Tools and Resources. Complete one of the on-line drills or print off and complete a worksheet. Record the following information: Name of drill, Number of points possible, Number of points correct, (bring in completed worksheet)
www.ptg.org – Click on Learning Center in the left sidebar. Click on the Just for Fun icon. Select and play one of the games listed. Record the following information: Name of Game, Words used (hangman), Time (concentration and puzzle), Bring in completed work (word search and origami)
www.musiclearningcommunity.com – Click on Free Games in the left sidebar. Click any of the red underlined Play links from the list of games. Play the game and record the following information: Name of Game, Score
My students have loved playing these games – coming in with as many as 100 recorded in one week! So far, Music Learning Community is the favorite. Does anyone know of any other sites that have music games for students that I can add to the list? I’d especially love to know of games geared toward young beginning students.