THEORY PRACTICE RESOURCES
Welcome to the theory page! On this page you will find some nifty resources for practicing your theory skills! Please feel free to use these webpages or videos for review, studying purposes or just for fun!
Do you have a cool, awesome and useful theory website to share? Please let Miss. Gruber know!
Please visit the Band Documents page to access the Powerpoint for Band 7 Keyboard and Roadmaps
- There are lessons and exercises on this site for basic theory material (note naming, key signatures etc.)
- This website has both tutorials and excerises for many different theory topics! You can adjust the settings on the exercises to personalize your learning!
- Music Tech Teacher has lots of fun games to help with theory review. If you look at the menu bar (top of the page), you will see that there are also lessons and worksheets available on the site as well.
- This site has TONS of great lessons. The lessons are based on topic, so it's easy to find the topic you are learning about. The lessons are presented in a slideshow-like presentation with lots of good information. These are great if you want to read about a topic, and then practice application on another site.
- This site has interesting animated short 'movies' about music! You need a subscription to log-in, however, there is a free trial you can use in the meantime. Be sure to click on 'arts and music'!
- Rhythm games!
- Tons of music games to help study theory - or just for fun!
- Make your own rhythms and songs - super neat!
- For the mallet players!
YOUTUBE - musictheoryguy
**Please note: some of the vocabulary used in these videos is slightly different than what we use in North America because 'musictheoryguy' is Australian/British (one of the two!) The foundation and information for each topic is still accurate!
This Youtube channel has TONS of useful theory video tutorials, with great animations to help see what they're talking about! If you visit his channel, the videos are broken down by category so it's easier to find the topic your learning about. You can visit 'musictheoryguy's' channel to access more videos HERE
Here is one video about reading notes in the treble clef:
I Knew You Were "Treble"