Kids

Websites:

 

Interactive site for children to learn musical concepts and create music

http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/music.html

On-line rhyming dictionary

http://www.rhymezone.com

Music Games to teach recorder/piano

http://www.joytunes.com/

Guide to Basic Music Theory

http://www.essential-music-theory.com/

Interactive art activities from the National Gallery of Art

http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/education/kids/ngakids-cd-rom.html#parmain_columnheader

 

Publications:

 

Sing My Song: A Kid’s Guide to Songwriting – Steve Seskin

My Name is Art: A Children’s Book About Bullying – A. T. Sorsa (k-2nd)

Stand Up for Yourself and Your Friends – P. K. Criswell (3rd – 6th girls)

Twerp – M. Goldblatt (3rd – 6th boys)

A Valentine’s Day Song for you. “I Don’t Want to Say Anything About Love

Upcoming February residencies (see schedule for details)
Jan 30- Feb 2 • Richmond, VA • Patrick Henry School for Arts and Sciences • Kid Pan Alley residency
Feb 3 • Richmond, VA • Patrick Henry School for Arts and Sciences • Kid Pan Alley concerts
Feb 9 • Warrenton, VA • P.B. Smith Elementary • Kid Pan Alley Assembly Program
Feb 9 • Washington, VA • Lions Club • Kids and Creativity talk
Feb 10 • Catlett, VA • Pearson  Elementary • Kid Pan Alley Assembly Program
Feb 26- Mar 4 • Tecate, Mexico • Rancho La Puerta • Paul Reisler & Kid Pan Alley Concerts & workshops

“Kid Pan Alley is the quintessential program for helping kids to experience their creative power, their voice, and their own self-expression. This is the kind of experience that changes lives.”

Kathy Mattea, Grammy Award Winner
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