Music Sites for Kids. Easy navigation for kids, but great resources for teachers. Everything from national standards, teaching materials, lesson plans, to games. There’s even a musical instrument Battleship game!
Check this site out - contains music classroom resources, a discussion forum and lots of links.
This site contains topics such as beginning instruction, intermediate and advanced techniques, parent and student guide, teacher's tools, resources, and more.
This simple, musical activity presents students with a simple toy piano (with colored keys). Students can play the piano, save it, and then play the sounds back. This website would be extremely useful in an elementary or middle school music class, or a science class learning about sound. Once you're done with this explore the rest of the site - It's awesome - art, math, reading, and much more!
This one’s admittedly for fans of musical productions, but music and theater teachers will likely find a good deal of useful information and guidance here. The content includes sections on how musicals are written, staged, and produced, as well as a section on show rights and recordings.
This companion to a weekly radio show by Cincinnati Classical Public Radio is a virtual musical playground for music students. The site describes, defines, illustrates and provides audio samples for more than fifty instruments, a searchable archive of past broadcasts (just click on the link to hear the entire show), a collection of engaging multimedia games, and a "Hear the Music" feature that introduces students to selected examples of musical classics.
This is a quick collection of activities for individuals or groups, coupled with a collection of links for students, as well as a resources section for teachers and coaches.