In Level 3 the right hand plays the melody (tune) and the left hand plays the accompaniment. Your hands are placed one octave apart. Occasionally the right hand moves where the melody requires it. In Level 3 the pieces are written in the keys of G major and D major. You will be reading the musical notes for both the right hand and left hand simultaneously. The right hand reads from the top stave using the treble clef. The left hand reads from the bottom stave using the bass clef. The pieces of piano sheet music in Level 3 have either 4 beats in a bar or 3 beats in a bar.
staccato is the small dot written above or below the note. It means play that note short and detached.
accent is the small hairpin written above or below the note. It means play that note strongly.
fermata is the small dot plus curve written above or below the note. It means pause on that note.