1. "The Audition Room."   We refer to this link often, as it contains a vast amount of sound files of the Great Masters of Music.  The list is constantly growing, so please check it often.   

2. "TheSymphony: An Interactive Guide."  Users may listen to music and browse alphabetically by country or by composer and hear the most famous works of each.

3. LegoMindStorms- Build and program Lego robots!

4. ThePiano Education Page-Just for Kids-A variety of musical activities and resources for kids.

5. Sing Along Songs and Name That Tune-Sing along with a variety of songs.

6. The Classical Archives-The largest archive of its kind on the web, offers thousands of classical music files in MIDI, Windows Media and MP3 format you can listen to at the click of your mouse. Most composers are represented - with biographies and timelines. A major award-winning cultural site which provides its own indexes and search engines by keywords or composer.

7. Meet the Composer-The Piano Education Page

8. Instruments at the William and Gayle Cook Music Library, Indiana University School of Music. This link/site will connect you to information about most musical instruments.

9. Learn about Instruments- At this website, you learn about the different families and different types of instruments.

10. San Francisco Symphony Kids' Web Site-
What a great site! Interactive, with lots of information for students. Visit this website fora refresher course on The Instruments of the
Orchestra and or an introduction to reading music in Meet the Notes.
(Grade Level: Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School)

11. This Neuroscience for KidsPages is from the University of Washington. Fun, informative, and includes information on the Mozart Effect.  

12. Musictheory.net An interactive website with music theory tutorials for students and teachers by Ricci Adams. Lesson topics include: staff, clef, and ledger lines;note duration; measure and time signatures; rest duration; dots and ties; simple and compound meter; odd meter; steps and accidentals and more. A chord calculator, staff paper generator, and matrix generator are available for online use. You can download the stand-alone version of the trainers and utilities. There is also a forum for sharing information and asking questions. Nicely done, Flash intensive.
Grade Level: Early Childhood (K-2), Elementary, Middle School, High School

13. Science of Music: Exploratorium's Accidental Scientist-Explore the science of music through online exhibits, movies and questions. Along the way, you can compose, mix, dance, drum, experiment and listen. Made possible by the National Foundation of Science Funding. (Requires Flash)

14.  Mozart's Turkish Rondo

15. KidSpace-The Internet Public Library- Listen to music, create music, read about composers, and a wealth of additional musical resources for elementary students.

16. Ludwig van Beethoven- Biography for students. Includes sound files, puzzles, and additional resources.

17. Unifix Drum Machine-  http://www.philtulga.com/unifix.html
The Unifix Cube Drum Machine connects your knowledge of patterns and ratios to drum rhythms.  Simply click on the cubes to make a pattern and press play — your Unifix Cubes will transform into a musical composition you can see and hear!   You can also change between 16 cubes and 12 cubes, email rhythms to your friends, and play your patterns on six different homemade rhythm instruments, i.e., Tin Can Drum,Soda Can Shaker,Card-Comb Guiro,Fraction Tubes,Water Bottles, and largeMelodic Tube Drums.

18. Instruments of the Orchestra Listening Game -Listen to an instrument, and then match the sound to its picture.
19. National Geographic Kids- Pictures, facts, short videos and other activities. This link will take you to the page about sea stars.
20. MusicTheory.net-  Lessons, activities, and tools to help understand the basics of music.
21.   Lomax the Hound of Music- pbskids.org- Enjoy the adventures of Lomax the musical hound dog.
23.  The Instruments of the Orchestra- games, activities and information about instruments and composers.
24. Movement and Dance Links:
   Four White Horses- Clapping Game
   Alabama Gal- Play Party
   Bow Belinda-
The Student Orchestra of the State Conservatory of Music, Paskent, Uzbekistan

In a recent discussion with my students, we discussed following our dreams. This 7 year old student became proficient in violin in one year and learned orchestral conducting in six months.

26. The Jazz Site: First, learn about the history of jazz and jazz musicians. Then, make your own music!
27. Learn about musicians, composers, instruments from members of America's oldest orchestra. You can even build you own instrument!
28.  Lancaster Symphony Orchestra Classroom Resources-
Teach your students the art of music notation.

29. Instrument Features-
This collection of worksheets is geared for children in grades 5-7. Feel free to reproduce for classroom use.

30. Music History Timeline-
31. Incredibox- Express your creativity. Create, record and share your mix of rhythms, percussion, voices, etc.
33. Bucket Band Videos:
 35. Videos for quiet times

38. Morton Subotnick’ s Creating Music
An on-line creative music environment for children on all ages, a place for kids to compose music, play with musical instruments, music games and music puzzles 

39. Classics for Kids
Web broadcast radio shows on classical music for kids, interactive games, resources 

40. Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
LACO Kids! Online, a series of “Let’s Discover Music” activities with music, interviews with musicians and composers, resources and more

43. Wintergaten Marble Machine -Swedish musician Martin Molin has long had experience with esoteric instruments like the glockenspiel, traktofon, or Theremin, but he may have topped his musical prowess with the invention of his own new instrument: the Wintergatan Marble Machine, a hand-cranked music box loaded with instruments including a circuit of 2,000 cascading steel marbles. As the devices cycles it activates a vibraphone, bass, kick drum, cymbal and other instruments that play a score programmed into a 32 bar loop comprised of LEGO technic parts. The marbles are moved internally through the machine using funnels, pulleys, and tubes.
44. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade concert. If you do not remember the password, please email me.
A wonderful performance!!
46. From Trash Comes Triumph - Young musicians from a Paraguayan slum play Mozart on instruments constructed entirely from recycled materials pulled from the garbage dump their homes are built on.
Relaxation/Meditation Music Links:
Favorite Songs: 
Let's Get Together from The Parent Trap
Favorite Movement Activities (And relaxation activities):  
Hour of Code 
Scratch Music Coding -With this Scratch tutorial, you make your own interactive band: choose sounds, create melodies and beats, and play by pressing keys.