- Music Memory
- Rhythm Randomizer
- Music Tech Teacher
- Bach Google Doodle
- Magic Flute Orchestra Game
- BeMuse Ninja
- BBC Instrument Matchup
- Inside The Orchestra
- Carnegie Hall Listening Adventures
- Chrome Music Lab
- Peg + Cat Music Maker
- Mario Paint
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Review Of The Best Online Music Games For Your Classroom
4Four.io is one of my go-to music game websites.
Everything is browser-based here, so no need to worry about device compatibility.
It’s basically a collection of mini-games all based on rhythm to help expand your music theory.
But, my favorite feature is how you can customize each game to match where your students are at.
Rhythm Randomizer is less of a game and more of a practice tool. Basically, you give it rhythm values, meter, length, and other variables, and it’ll spit out random rhythm music samples for you to practice.
It’s not based on a real piece of music, so the randomness results in some odd-feeling patterns.
But to improve your technical music skills, there’s not much better.
Music Tech Teacher
The Music Tech Teacher features some simple games and applicable quizzes for your kids to check out.
There is a whole range of concepts here, so check them all out.
Bach Google Doodle
The Bach Google Doodle came out a few years ago, and I still love it.
Basically, you input a melody, and the algorithm will make it sound like it would have in Bach’s day.
(Click the speaker for a rock version too!)
Magic Flute Orchestra Game
BeMuse Ninja is one of those rhythm games like Dance Dance Revolution or Guitar Hero.
But this one is free and browser-based!
BBC Instrument Matchup
Inside The Orchestra
Blooket is a quiz game site like Kahoot or Quizziz.
This one is more based on little games.
There are some good music ones on there, but don’t be afraid to make up your own to suit your students’ needs too!
Carnegie Hall Listening Adventures
Incredibox is a beat box builder that’s a super fun way for kids to create grooves.
There are some paid assets and beats, but much of it is free.
It’s also available in app form.
Chrome Music Lab
Peg + Cat Music Maker
Not-Mario Paint Music
This Not-Mario Paint Music program is based on the old game where you drag icons of Mario things to make music.
Some people make really crazy cool songs, and it’s fun to play with.
This version is NOT Mario, but it is free and browser-based.