Our latest note name game
We just completed our latest lines and spaces game called Note Challenge. This game has 6 levels and displays the notes more like how musicians actually read music. The higher the leve the faster the notes move across the screen.
Newest! Guitar Two
We have just rolled out the second game in the guitar series of games. This one focuses on the E natural minor scale.
New The Music Orphanage
We have just completed our first game in a series designed for young musicians to learn the basic elements and symbols of music notation in a fun an engaging manner. Check out the Music Orphanage
Guitar Game One!
We are excited to present our first game for guitarists. It is a basic game that teaches and drills the name of the notes of the strings/frets of the guitar. This game works with IE9, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
New! Tests and Quizzes
We have just added a new feature that we hope will be of great value to teachers and students. Teachers can now create tests or quizzes for their students. The system will even mark and save each quiz for the teacher and students. You will be able to see your progress from your profile.
We do ask that before you user this feature that you register and login first.
Click this link and give it a try.
Profiles | Avatars | Rankings
We have just added some new features to Music Teachers Games that we hope will make the games more entertaining.
After you have registered you will be able to modify your profile, and choose an avatar.
We have also included a ranking system that will let you see how you are doing compared to other players on the site. Both, an overall ranking and a ranking for each individual game. Individual games are ranked by highest score. Overall ranking is calculated by multiplying the number of games you have attempted by the sum of the top scores for each game you have played.
You will also be able to tell us if you want to be updated or not of changes to the game and site or our sponsors.
We have more features coming out all the time so come back often or better yet sign up to receive our updates and news letter.
All the games now work IE9 if you turn of the Compatiblity View feature of IE9. See my blog on how to do that if you need help.
I just uploaded a basic interval game for you all to try. We started of with all the perfect and major intervals less the perfect unison and all intervals start from the same note and go up in direction.
We have added a two minute timer to the games and revamped the scoring. The faster you name the note the higher the score.
To see your number correct, wrong and percentage you will have to save your score, and to save your score you must register and login.
We have also limited each game to two levels. The beginner level will only supply notes within the staff and the advanced will include ledger line notes as well.
We have also included instructions on every game. Just hover your mouse over the word "Instructions" and the instructions will drop down into view.
This will allow teachers and students to save their scores and track their progress as well as give those with a competitive nature a bit a friendly challenge.
To keep score users must register so we can keep track of individual scores for each game and level. We only ask that you supply a user name and an email no other information is required. Please remember the password you choose.