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Keeping Score, Revolutions in Music Here you can enjoy multimedia biographies which explore in depth the factors that came into play in the lives and works of great composers such as Tchaikovsky, Copeland, Beethoven, and Stravinsky, with the possibility of more as this series unfolds! Includes lesson plans at the "Education" tab at the top of the page. Also includes an area for children.
Classics for Kids Classics for Kids® is here to help you learn about classical music and have fun too! This website brings classical music's great composers to life through music and stories. You can listen to live broadcasts of a radio program or listen online. Play classical music games to compose your own music. The Classics for Kids® lesson plans and teaching resources give teachers practical, effective plans and activities that use classical music to help children learn. and meet national and state standards. We especially love the Musical Dictionary of instruments what a fun site!
San Francisco Symphony Kids Help your children with a great start in music with this site! In the Music Lab, students can experiment with musical elements while learning about tempo, rhythm, pitch, harmony, symbols and instrumentation. Kids can follow notes on the staff and use buttons to change the music. The Performalator lets kids play a tune and the Composerizer lets them create their own music... and so much more!
Children's Music Workshop Music Education Online provides a wealth of online information for anyone interested in music education. Established in 1993, Music Education Online is one of the most referenced web sites for music education on the Internet today. Use the drop down menus or the site index to access all the online music education resources.