I am always on the hunt for interactive, educational apps that will help my clients meet there goals. This simple, straight forward app focuses on learning notes on treble and bass clef as well as the difference between high and low. You can choose whether your student should work on bass clef or treble clef. The screen will prompt you with the note name.
You then tap the correct placement on the note on the staff. If you select the correct placement, a green note will appear with a check mark in the upper right-hand corner. If you select incorrectly, a red not will appear in the correct placement with an “x” in the upper right-hand corner.
The app will also ask to for high C, Middle C, and C so that the client has to know the difference between all three on both the keyboard and staff. Each round is only 12 notes long. At the end of the 12 notes the app will give you a score and ask if you want to keep practicing.
If you have achieved a score of at least 10 out of 12 correct, the app provides you with a fun “free play” game called “DooDah” where you can move a fuzzy note around the staff to hear the different tones. You can even change “DooDah’s” color!
I hope you enjoy this simple app as much as my students do!