These three videos are really interesting for you to learn accidentals and what a chromatic scale is, in English and also in Spanish.
Drums online game:
Note pair Music game: find pairs of notes with the same pitch:
Intervals are the names given to the distance in pitch between notes. Currently we are learning intervals, and this is a fantastic way to listen to revise them and listen to more examples at home. You can skip and learn the ABC notes and in Solfège in this piano keyboard:
This is an online resource found in Philharmonia website.
In this video you can listen to different examples of beats and rhythmic patterns.
The wheel is marked with different colored dots representing beats. In this case, green dots are used for main beats, orange dots for off beats, and white dots for secondary beats. Thus, John Varney uses the wheel method to take us on a rhythmic journey around the world, tracing styles like quechua, bomba, choro, tango, and cumbia — just to name a few.
Watch the video on below, see the entire lesson and take the Rhythm quiz on TedEd’s website.
Great resources to practice the distance between notes and note values using flashcards.
Both of them designed by Inma Montesinos:
I admit I’m a big TED fan!
These are fantastic videos for my bilingual students of 2º ESO:
This is a fantastic game for learning the name of the notes, created by Classics for Kids, and really useful for PDIs: