Here you will find the two General Music books that we use.  Click on the book and it will load in a separate window.  Most of you will have been using book 1, but have a look and find some good exercises to do.  You should be able to download and print off pages (if you can't print directly from the screen).

Below are also a number of links to websites that offer activities and resources to work on your music theory.

Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

A great site for exploring classical music.

This site has lessons, exercises and tools that are available for free (see top menu bar).  They do also sell a cheap theory app.

A site with over 130 quizzes, puzzles and games about music notes, rhythms, instruments, composers, and more

The New York Philharmonic Orchestra's resources site for children.  Lots of great activities.

Visit some of the world most famous stages, virtually, and take a tour.

A playlist of great, short videos on music theory - lots to look at.

Compendium of 88 online games.