How Flying Fish can improve music note reading!

We have been visiting the ocean depths in music lessons this week to help students with note reading!

This fun game works great with the screen share function on a platform like Zoom or Skype and it is customisable too. So if a student only knows two or three notes or even the whole stave, the teacher can pick which ones to focus on.

Simply drag the notes up or down the stave into position and use for note recognition, interval reading, note spelling, or anything else you wish! There is even a useful blank stave for drawing on screen with the in-built crayons.

So watch the fish fly while improving at note naming. Just watch out for the shark or fisherman!

Find out more about this fun music theory game here and let me know if you have any questions

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