# - Sharps raise a note by one key on the piano
b - Flats lower a note by one key on the piano
♮ - Naturals return a note to it's original place
Use the image of a keyboard at the top to help you ﬁgure out which keys to play when a note has an accidental next to it. For example, the ﬁrst note that's ﬂat is a ﬁnger number 3 in the left hand - an A. So if an A is made ﬂat, it is lowered one key, meaning that you would play the black note just below it. This note is called Ab (A ﬂat). The image at the top has these names written on the notes to help.
This can be a bit of a challenge at ﬁrst, but you can do it! If you're familiar with the song, use your ear to help out!