The poet T. S. Eliot may have called April the cruelest month, but January’s miserable weather may encourage you to disagree. It may not be a great time to go outside, but January can be a great time to indulge your creative side. Learning Games for Kids has Music Games to help you take your musical ability to the next level.

Play Musical Notes Game

When you’ve done all the practicing you can do for the day, switch gears, but stay in a musical frame of mind. Practice your music-reading ability with Musical Notes; you’ll match the notes on the staff to the correct keys on the piano keyboard. Train your ear with Music Memory by matching the note you hear with the note’s name. These fun games will help you build your musical skills in a new way.

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