Music should be a part of our everyday activity at home as it’s important for a kid’s overall well being. It’s not only relaxing and motivating, its also a fun activity that can hone their motor skills as well as coordination. Here is a list of at-home resources to check out.
Music LessonsLearn a variety of instruments from Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Piano, to Drums at Faders Music Brandon. If you don’t want to learn any instrument, just sing! Classes are available for all ages & skill levels. The lessons cost $17-$25 per half hour. They also provide Free online guitar lessons on Mondays and Thursdays at 5:30 PM on YouTube. You can download the lesson materials from their website.
Classics for Kids
Classics for Kidsis a great resource for kids to know more about music. You can play musical games like quizzes, matching the rhythm, compose own music, learn more about music, learn the history of music, listen to podcasts and more.
Check out Seattle Symphony’sfree educational programs such as, “Meet the Instrument” and ‘Tiny Clips for Tiny Tots.’ They are streamed on Wednesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m. EDT, on YouTube and Facebook.
New musical activities including composer information, worksheets and listening maps are shared daily by the education team at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Teaching Artist Liz Wu conducts bi-weekly videos to introduce musical activities for kids.
Use your Public Library card to access e-learning portals.
Chrome Music Lab
Learning music is made more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments at the Chrome Music Lab. Explore music or make your own songs!
Check back soon as we will be adding more resources to the list.
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