Useful Music Websites
https://play.lso.co.uk/ London Symphony Orchestra allows you to experience the orchestra from multiple points of view.
https://app.musiclearningcommunity.com/games - lots of musical games
This website contains hundreds of learning games of varying levels, all carefully planned to gain mastery of the elements of music theory, ear training and rhythmic skills in an exciting, challenging environment.
This site is just for kids—to talk to other kids about piano, listen to the Taz-man, jump to other cool places, time travel to meet a famous composer or pianist, get a great tip to help withlessons, get help with writing piano or music reports or even ask a question!
Funbrain offers games on composers, instruments, reading and vocabulary.
Learning about and listening to different instruments, reading music, musical genres and links to additional sites are the features of this site.
This site includes games and songs. You also can use this site to search for more related sites.
"Name That Tune," a link to the American Symphony Orchestra League, Instruments, lesson plans and games all can be found on this website.
This site offers many links to quality classical music sites.
Students can test their music knowledge with quizzes, matches, concentration card games and other activities.
Foundation Stage students can enjoy exploring, creating and manipulating music.
Foundation Stage students can enjoy playing with an interactive Improvisation Station.
Enable students to compose from a MIDI keyboard and add voice-overs or other audio recorded through a microphone.
Access online accompaniments that function as virtual accompanists.
This site contains lots of free music resources for elementary music classroom teachers, private music instructors and homeschool parents, for the purpose of building kids up in positive ways and enriching their lives with an appreciation for music and learning.
A music educational portal designed especially for kids and music beginners. Primarily focusing on the piano basics, they produce games to learn music easily with fun.
KidsClick! is a web search site designed for kids by librarians—with kid-friendly results! The site includes links to kid-friendly websites about music and music history.
Sphinx Kids contains interactive games and videos.
Classics for Kids contains games, music lessons, lesson plans and information on composers and classical music. (For students and teachers.)
Fun music stuff just for kids.
Theta Music Trainer features music and ear training games.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/yolandas-band-jam has a great selection of free resources for 5-7 year olds on Twinkl, The programme's CBBC page has lots of short videos and activities relating to singing and instruments that will also be enjoyed by the same age group and you can also access both series on BBCiPlayer. You can find her latest album on Spotify here.
https://www.joytunes.com/simply-piano is available on the App Store and Google Play and is a great way to introduce piano tuition to all ages.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces opens up the world of classical music to 7-14 year olds through exciting films, lesson plans, instrumental arrangements and live events
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bring-the-noise/half-term-music-activities/zmmpxyc/ from the BBC have compiled some great at-home musical ideas for primary aged children including videos, resources, games and teaching tips . We particularly like these games and activities, orchestral details,
Myleene Klass is hosting demonstrations around music theory on her YouTube channel
American music educators https://prodigies.com/ are offering a 21 free trial of their music lessons focused on rhythm, singing and hand-signing using bells, xylophones, pianos, recorders or ukuleles, then charges are available on a discounted monthly basis.
ABRSM have made their Classical 100 resource, a collection of 100 carefully selected pieces of music and activities for families to share free to access
The film education charity 'Into Film' have a special spotlight on film music section for primary aged children that includes Shaun the Sheep and Disney films
The Music Mark website has put together a list of recommended online resources for home and school.
The CBeebies section of iPlayer features the full televised performance of the CBeebies Proms and you can find a music section on the CBeebies website full of games and activities for music and dance
The CBBC website music section has song clips, chart information, quizzes, performances and you can also check out music tutorials from Andy and the Band on their minisite
imusic-school has a fantastic range of useful musical tools including metronomes, tuners and chord charts in their 'musician's toolbox' section which are designed to be useful and intuitive
The Royal Albert Hall have produced some exclusive content with special activities, videos and cross-curricular activities involving music.
The BBC Teach Ten Pieces project has the aim of opening up the world of classical music to 7 to 14 year olds with films, lesson plans and inclusive resources
Streaming services such as Spotify and Amazon Music have playlists specifically aimed at families and children including Disney, KidzBop and Sticky Kids.
Yousician and Fender are great web and device apps that have free trial options and are probably more suitable for older children interested in technique
Finally, don't forget to check out our Pinterest board of music activities and resources
Bounce Patrol on YouTube have great performances and animations of nursery rhymes and kids songs for younger children
Jack Hartmann Kids Music Channel on YouTube is full of fun educational music videos (although note that they do include American English as well as English spellings)
The hugely popular Kidsbop YouTube channel has lots of music videos of recent musical hits and associated playlists