Please feel free to peruse and utilize any of the websites below for further learning, practice, and fun with Music!
Barefoot Books Singalong – YouTube Playlist: These are song stories we watch, listen, and sing along to in music class with Preschool, Jr. Kindergarten, and Kindergarten!
PBS Kids – Music Games: Awesome games and activities for Early Childhood!
Chrome Music Lab: Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.
Sphinx Kids: Learn about different instruments of the orchestra, various composers, and play matching games!
Music Teacher’s Games: Practice note identification, learn about music symbols and elements of music, and quiz yourself! Perfect for 3rd-5th graders to keep our skills ready when we return to recorder!
Carnegie Hall Listening Adventures: The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. Choose “Local Game”.
Composer of the Month: Learn about this month’s Composer of the Month, Sergei Prokofiev, as well as other composers, periods of music, and about different instruments and concepts.
Rhythm Randomizer: Practice reading and clapping rhythms
Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall: Watch and listen to concerts by this world-renowned symphonic orchestra!
Groove Pizza: A circular rhythm app for creative music-making and learning! It’s also a playful tool for creating grooves using math concepts like shapes, angles, and patterns.
Learning Music: In these lessons, you’ll learn the basics of music-making. No prior experience or equipment is required; you’ll do everything right here in your browser.
MusicTheory.net: Note ID exercises, lessons on music symbols and concepts, great activities for upper elementary and junior high, especially for students who play an instrument other than recorder!
Teoria: Music Theory Web – more advanced, includes lessons and exercises having to do with reading music.
Incredibox: A music app that lets you create your own music with the help of a merry crew of beatboxers!