It’s Time for Jeopardy!
Absolutely AWESOME and comprehensive Games Link:
MTNA MEGA List (Music Teacher’s National Association)
This website features various games that teach and reinforce theory, music reading and provide basic introductions to several different instruments.
This site includes games and songs….LOTS of songs.
Chuck VanderChuck Rocks! Great site with simple introductions to all kinds of music.
This site is devoted to ear training and theory skills.
This site contains lots of free music resources for elementary music classroom teachers, private music instructors and homeschool parents, for the purpose of building kids up in positive ways and enriching their lives with an appreciation for music and learning.
Sphinx Kids contains interactive games and videos.
Classics for Kids contains games, music lessons, lesson plans and information on composers and classical music. (For students and teachers.)
Fun music stuff just for kids.
Theta Music Trainer features music and ear training games.
Here are some great classical music, arts and kid-friendly websites for you to visit! Taken From “www.classicsforkids.com
BBC Play! Making Tracks
Some fun little classical music games.
Lyrics and words for children's nursery rhymes and songs.
Great performances of classical music with interactive listening guides and notes. Also includes a new interactive game based on Benjamin Britten's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra."
Children's Music Portal
Offers materials and information for those interested in music education for children.
Children's Music Workshop - Advocacy
A list of music education advocacy articles.
Children's Music Workshop - Instruments
Good source for extensive information about musical instruments.
Creative Kids Central
Interactive musical listening activities and games, including a program on Scheherezade.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Kids
Interactive games plus information on instruments, composers and classical music in general.
Exploring JS Bach's Goldberg Variations
Discover the craft, creativity, and legacy of J. S. Bach, one of history’s most influential composer, by exploring his Goldberg Variations through graphics, video, and text as the score unfolds. The site features complete performances on Harpsichord by Matthew Halls and piano by David Korevaar, synchronized with a 1741 first-edition copy of the score, once owned by Bach's first biographer, Forkel. Surprise yourself and click the monogram!
Famous Composers is one of the largest educational website about the most prominent music composers of the world. They provide a list of famous composers and their detailed biographies along with links to their music compositions.
From the Top
Talented youngsters perform classical music.
Fun Songs to Sing in the Car
Going on a road trip is a lot of fun but sometimes it can get a little boring too. A great driving tradition is to have a sing along session. Explore some resources to get started!
Another source is titlemax.com/songs-to-sing-in-the-car-for-kids.
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra homepage with links to education and outreach activities for children
Whether you are a musician, teacher, parent or student, Maestro Classics is designed to help you incorporate music into your life. Explore a variety of free educational materials.
What do sunspots have to do with a Bach violin sonata? See (and hear!) the latest “Amazing Fact” on NASA's award-winning children's Web site, The Space Place.
New York Philharmonic - Kid's Zone
Interactive games plus information on instruments, composers and classical music in general.New York Philharmonic - Kid's Zone
San Francisco Symphony
Interactive games plus information on instruments, composers and classical music in general.San Francisco Symphony
Tanbur Music Education Links
‘Tanbur’ is a collection of interactive Internet links collected by the music teacher at Elgin Academy, Moray, Scotland. He has tested the resources in the secondary school music classroom and for student ‘homework’ activities.
The Anatomy of a Violin
A description of the violin, its parts and how they work.
The Children's Music Network
The Children's Music Network celebrates the positive power of music in the lives of children by sharing songs, exchanging ideas and creating community
The Open University - Music Education
England's Open University has aggegated information from a variety of sources to help you learn about music, including its history, cultural effects, and genres.
Host Emily Reese takes an in-depth listen to video game music and talks with the people who make it.
Kid Sites - Literally HUNDREDS of places to visit!
SO FUN! Try it out! Incredibox!
www.musanim.com - INCREDIBLE animated music classics!
http://www.smartboardmic.org - Fantastic interactive music games
Quaver Music - BIG TIME TEACHING TOOL! Kids love Quaver!
Super fun! http://www.incredibox.com/
Beginning Band Link for FREE music: