Notespeed, music card game, teaches notes

 
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Introducing Notespeed: A Fun & Engaging Music Card Game to Master Reading Notes

Say goodbye to tedious flashcards and embrace the excitement of learning music notes with Notespeed, a fast-paced, competitive, and interactive card game perfect for one or two players. With seven sequential levels, this captivating game teaches notes from Low C to High C, offering a comprehensive learning experience.

Why choose Notespeed for your children or students?

  1. Exciting learning: Transform the process of reading music notes into a thrilling adventure with this entertaining card game.
  2. Fill the gaps: Address any inconsistencies in note reading, helping students become more proficient musicians.
  3. Versatile gameplay: Practice individually at home or enjoy friendly competition with a partner.
  4. Efficient learning: Ditch time-consuming flashcards and immerse yourself in a more dynamic and effective learning experience.
  5. Natural note pattern: Master the natural pattern of piano note reading, rather than focusing on 3rds or skips on the staff.
  6. A blast to play: Benefit from the game's unique learning approach while having a ton of fun!

Included in this set are all seven levels, providing a complete and progressive learning journey. Download the instructions PDF file to get started and unleash the full potential of your music students with Notespeed - the perfect blend of entertainment and education.

Please download instructions PDF file

How is it organized?

Levels 1-5 use small, specific sections of the grand staff in each level.
Level 2 uses Middle C up to Treble C.
Primer Level uses just the letter names ABCDEFG.
Notespeed Primer Level uses just the letter names ABCDEFG
Level 1 uses Middle C position.
Notespeed Level 1 uses Middle C position
Level 3 uses Middle C down to Bass C.
Notespeed Level 3 uses Middle C down to Bass C
Level 4 uses Treble C up to High C.
Notespeed Level 4 uses Treble C up to High C
Level 5 uses Low C up to Bass C.
Notespeed Level 5 uses Low C up to Bass C
Level 6 uses the complete grand staff, Low C up to High C. Players are allowed to skip octaves.
Notespeed Level 6 uses the complete grand staff, Low C up to High C. Players are allowed to skip octaves

Product Details:
Item Weight: 0.431 kg
Dimensions: 12.7 x 17.8 x 1.9 cm

Ratings & Reviews

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Colleen Branson

This is a great game in several levels. It came very quickly.

Kim Poli

I honestly would like to hug the creator of this game. What a great idea! If you're a music teacher you will not regret buying this. Every student I introduced the game to responded with the exact same words: "I want to play again!"

Piano Girl

I use NoteSpeed to make learning music notes a game for piano students. It comes in multiple levels and it is easy for me to let them win!

Kate B

NoteSpeed is an absolutely brilliant way to get students reading music fluently, fast! I use it with all my piano students, and they all love it. I have seen huge growth in site reading and music comprehension since I've been using it to teach in my studio.

Craig Harmann

It’s a great tool to use with my piano students! I love it!

David Frazee

Fun game for piano students. Watch the YouTube video for the best examples on how to play.

Paula

These are high quality cards with a beautiful background. I’m a piano teacher and have loved using these for my students. Because of the different levels (treble clef, bass clef, ledger lines, musical alphabet, etc) it makes it easy for me to quickly grab the deck I need for the particular student. Also, having several cards of the same note allows me to create multiple games for all levels (Chords, scales, note recognition). Love these!

Sonomamama

My students at all levels enjoy these card games. I use the plural because several levels are included in the order, from absolute beginner to advanced. The cards have been used over and over and yet they have held up without any damage. The quality of printing and paper are excellent, and the rules are easy for anyone to understand. I use many board, paper and card games with my students, but Notespeed has proved to be the most popular. A round of Notespeed is often the begged-for reward after a lesson well-done.

violinjudy

teach piano? you MUST own this. it is worth twice the price. get it today and thank me tomorrow!

trin89

Fun yet educational. The younger students especially love playing this game. Really helps them with learning and remembering notes.

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