Piano Compass

Music Games for Kids

Our educational games for kids

provide a systematic,

step-by-step training in 

four fundamental skills: 

  • Learning a piano keyboard
  • Reading Music 
  • Rhythm & Pulse
  • Ear Training

The games are fun and easy to play. You, your toddler and the whole family can play the games inside or outside, in the backyard or in the park.

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Kids Music Games

These Music Games for Kids

were created by a renowned music  educator 

who have nurtured generations of young piano students.

The games were tested and improved over 30+ years of teaching.

They help to build up kids natural musical gifts.

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Kids' Music Games

that unleash your child's musical potential

 

Piano Keyboard Games

A piano has many keys.

It's easy to get lost in a piano keyboard.

But ...  if we look closely, we'll see a pattern - a group of two and a group of three keys alternating. 

To spark an interest, let's find an exciting way to introduce a piano keyboard to your kid(s). Let's invite them to build a Piano Town!

Your 4 to 6-year old can easily build the Piano Town directly on the piano keys.

Your 2 or 3-year old will first enjoy building the Piano Town on a floor or a table. 

We can email you piano keyboard games videos to make a piano introduction easy and fun for your toddler.  

Piano Keyboard games

Music Reading Games

Learning A to G: the Piano Alphabet

In this video 4-year old Vlad plays a Piano Alphabet game...

If your kid cannot find the named piano key instantly, our games will help. An easy orientation on a piano keyboard is a precondition for success in reading music.

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Music Rhythm Games

For Beginners

Since all music is movement, Rhythm & Pulse are fundamental musical elements that are interconnected.

Pulse is an invisible component. 

It’s an underlying, vital force in music. Starting to develop a sense of pulse early on is essential. Gaining inner sense of pulse is a precondition to success in music, dance and sports.

You can hear the pulse in the drumming of a professional drummer in a band or feel the pulse in your regular footsteps. Your steady heartbeats also illustrate the pulse.

Rhythm is a visible part in music.

Learning to read musical rhythm early on is as important as developing a sense of pulse.

But, WHAT’S FIRST?

Pulse is first!

We want to develop a sense of a steady pulsation, so a child can feel a continuous repetition of equal beats, which is required not only in music but in dance and sports.

And after, we would introduce a child to rhythm which is a combination of different (short/long) beats.

Our Music Rhythm Games teach a kid to sense, clap, tap, play and move to steady, continuous beats. Sign up to receive fun, engaging games that gradually, step-by-step introduce music rhythm to a child. Your kid will easily clap and play simple rhythms after playing these games.                           

Ear Training Games

Music is the ocean of different sounds.

Developing a musical ear means

  • to develop the ability to distinguish between musical sounds and 
  • to group them into categories such as

Long-Short,

High-Low  

Loud-Soft.

Ear training games are lots of fun. You'll receive a brief description of each game with images or videos.

Have a great quality time with your toddler while building up your kid's natural gifts!

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