Vocal Music, Kindergarten - Second Grades
Teach a friend or family member your favorite song and activity from music class.
Play a piece of music (with or without words) and draw a picture that shows what it makes you think about or how it makes you feel.
Vocal Music, Third - Sixth Grade
New York Philharmonic This is an interactive website for students through the New York Philharmonic.
San Francisco Symphony This is an interactive website for students through the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Dallas Symphony This is an interactive website for students through the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Go to the “Listen and Learn” or the “Activities” sections for the interactive section of the website.
Omaha Symphony This is an interactive website for students from our own local symphony, the Omaha Symphony. This website is divided into three sections: listen, learn, and engage.
PBSKids This website is geared to younger students (up to approximately second grade). The music activities on this website is based on PBS shows such as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.
Classical MPR Classical Kids Storytime Minnesota Public Radio has bedtime stories for students based on classical music and stories.
Vocal Music Grades 6-8 (20 minutes per day)
Vocal Music Grades 9-12 (30 minutes per day)
Band and Orchestra Grades 6-8 (30 minutes per day)
Band, Orchestra, Guitar, and Piano Grades 9-12
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