Here are links to a few of the websites that we have used in class:
Classics for Kids - This website has lots of information about musical terms and composers, and also several music games to help with composing and note reading!
Whack - A - Note - This is a fun note reading game that tests how fast you can identify notes on the staff in either treble of bass clef!
Incredibox - A game where you can combine different beat boxing patterns to make your own cool songs!
Isle of Tune - Create your own musical island!
Drum Machine - Create your own drumbeats!
Tonematrix - An easy way to create some very cool melodies
Google Experiments - Many musical experiments that use your camera, microphone, or touchscreen
Chrome Music Lab - Even more musical experiments that use your camera, microphone, touchscreen, or just your mouse!
LoopLabs - A free online loop song maker - similar to GarageBand
Mario Paint Music Composer - Make music by putting different pictures on the music staff
Tips for Piano Players - If you play piano this is a helpful resource with tips and advice about posture and wrist and arm position.
Music Theory Lessons - This site was recommended by a student. It is a good resource if you want to learn more about how to read and write music on your own!
Additional Music Resources - This is another site recommended by a student. It has links to many other musical web pages that are helpful for learning more about music on your own. It includes music games, where to get used instruments, useful music apps, and much more!