Music helps to relieve stress and anxiety. Have you always wanted to learn an instrument? You can learn guitar in 21 days. Musicians are also offering free access to their online concerts.
When school is out, music is in. Classics for Kids offers music resources for families during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During the coronavirus school closures, the Coronado Arts Academy is offering an activity for kids, free for new students for the remainder of March.*
Fender offering free three-month subscriptions to the first 500,000 new subscribers to their Fender Play platform. The service provides instructional videos to teach guitar, bass, and ukulele based on a personal style preference and instrument choice.
Missing concerts amid coronavirus? Syracuse University has compiled a list of artists sharing live concerts for free online. Artists include Bruce Springsteen, John Legend and Indigo Girls.*
Kids Learning Tube educates kids through music and animation in a fun and unique approach to learning.
Udemy is offering this free class. Learn how to play thousands of your favorite songs on guitar in just 3 weeks!
MakingMusicFun.net is keeping the music going with FREE online piano lessons for kids. They’ve created a free shared account that will give you unlimited access to piano lesson videos, piano books, and more. This account will remain open through April 30th. All you need is a new or used piano keyboard. Go to MakingMusicFun.net and sign in using this free shared account – Username: MMFMarchApril – Password: schoolmusic
Sing and dance along with your favorite StoryBots characters as they learn about topics including outer space, dinosaurs, shapes, emotions, colors and more.
The blog, Music in Our Homeschool, compiled a list of 100 classical music pieces all children should hear with links to each piece.
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*denotes resources that are specific to the outbreak and may not be available when the crisis is over.