Skoog 2.0

Here are a selection of lessons and ideas to help use Skoog with your class. Skoog was created for accessible music making and is a great tool for music therapy, special needs education and inclusive music practice. The physically accessible design in combination with the easy to use software makes it perfect for early years too!  You can learn more about how educators are using Skoog on our blog.

If you have a great idea for Skoog or an activity you want to share please do get in touch!

Skoog Introductory Course

A general introduction to Skoog

Download this general introduction to Skoog suitable for mixed ability classes: PMD, SLD, MLD, Pre K and Primary

Introductory Course

Skoog iTunesU Course

'Jamming with Skoog' by Autism Spectrum Australia

Check out this great course from the team at Autism Spectrum Australia. . Autism spectrum Australia  have been using Skoog for two years now and have created a range of learning activities that they are eager to share with other educators. In this course you will find music lessons that are accessible to all children, from early play based experiences through to coding experiences and playing as part of a band. Prepare to jam with Skoog in 4, 3, 2, 1 – go!

Skoog and Multi-Sensory Learning

Play along with Bloom. Jamming with generative music.

Using this handy guide to the different tunings or ‘moods’ in Bloom you can now play your Skoog alongside the Bloom app. You can play with Bloom and Skoog at the same time or just jam along with Bloom in ‘listen’ mode. The ever evolving tones and textures in Bloom create an infinite number of compositions to play along with.  If you don’t have Bloom already go to for more info.

Play along with the music you love

It's easy to get creative with Skoog

Using the automatic key detection in the Skoog app you can jam along with iTunes or Spotify. Get started today.

Playing with Morse Code

Using morse code to develop rhythmic and notation skills

A really neat way to develop listening, playing and reading skills using morse code as the theme for the lesson. Suitable for Nursery to Primary 4.

Learn to play 'My Bonnie'

Learn to play a folk tune using Skoog's colour notation

The folk song ‘My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean’ – learn how to follow colour notation with the Skoog. Suitable for Nursery to Primary 4.

Arranging music for Skoog.

Tips on arranging music for Skoog.

With 5 notes and a bit of arranging, you can play all kinds of music! Here is a guide adapting music for Skoog.

Playing by chance.

Use a simple dice to create Skoog jam

Use chance to set your Skoog up!

If you don’t have dice  you can download an app  for free from the App Store.

Learning Simple Melodies

Using colour to learn and play melodies.

Each side can be set to a different note. This means  you can use colour sequences to learn and play songs.


Lesson plans and worksheets from teachers using Skoog

If you want to share an engaging lesson you have created. Email and we will share it with the Skoogmusic community.