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    Independent Learning and Homework Help - Art and Music

    K-12 Resources

    The following contain Art and Music resources for multiple grade level audiences. 

    Visual Arts

    Art History Resources on the Web
    Art History Resources from the Art Historian Dr. Christopher L.C.E. Witcombe
    Humanities on the Web from the National Endowment for the Humanities in partnership with the National Trust for the Humanities, and the Verizon Foundation.
    Everything Art in Smithsonian Education
    Loads of art-related websites created by staff at the Smithsonian museums.
    Just Curious: Visual Arts
    Just Curious: Visual Arts (Suffolk County, NY Public Library)


    Free Ear Trainer
    Educators can teach their students to play music by ear with this free music trainer. The trainer includes a picture-based guide and three video tutorials.
    Integrating music with Language Arts
    Music and Language Arts/Phonics/Reading lesson plans.
    This online music factory provides education grants for teachers so that students can use the site's music mixing and songwriting tools for free.
    K-12 music
    Provides free learning resources for music students and teachers at every level.
    KIDiddles provides free printable sheet music and lyrics for thousands of nurseries and children's songs. The site can also be used to professionally produce original song sheets for the classroom.
    Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music
    Sheet music collection from the Milton S. Eisenhower Library of The Johns Hopkins University includes more than 29,000 pieces of sheet music that can be used in the music classroom.
    McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme
    A dictionary and the free software that comes with it would be an asset to any music curriculum.
    Listeners can search for music using their voice. Simply sing a few bars (at least ten seconds is best) and you will find the song you're looking for.
    Music and Math
    Another Math lesson on patterns integrating Music.
    Music Ed Magic
    Music Ed Magic offers an amazing collection of music resources for educators, including lesson plans, sheet music, education articles, and free software.
    Music Education Online
    This free website from Children's Music Workshop provides free music lessons, sheet music, news, event listings, and other helpful music education resources.
    Music Homework Help
    Music Homework Help (Tameside Central Library)
    Music Tech Teacher
    A site to support and connect music teachers was created by a music Teacher of the Year-who posts free music and technology-related lessons, quizzes, word searches, and other games.
    This site offers free web-based flashcards that can be used to teach students note names, key signatures, and music theory.
    Created by Dr. Prof. Joseph Pisano, this site is dedicated to spreading the word about technology in music education.
    National Association for Music Education
    The "mother" and umbrella organization for all other groups in music education.
    Pitch Perfect Guitar Tuner
    This free guitar tuning software for musicians makes it easy to quickly tune any guitar. Pitch Perfect works with Windows and Pocket PCs.
    A place to find lyrics, song meanings, trivia, and other resources to engage students in music curriculum.
    Songza is a music search engine that doubles as a free Internet jukebox. Users can look up any song or band and then stream or share the music they find.
    The Teachers' Corner
    The Teacher's Corner provides music lessons around colors, literature, and more.
    The Teaching Channel
    Teaching Channel is a video showcase—on the Internet and TV—of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools.
    The ultimate FREE resource for teachers
    HotChalk’s Lesson Plans Page (LPP) was created with one goal in mind — making life easier for teachers.
    Voices Across Time
    Voices Across Time was created to help teachers harness the power of song as primary source to supplement any secondary American Social Studies, Language Arts, and Music curriculum.

    Resources for Grades K-5

    Visual Arts

    BrainPoP Jr.
    Online educational resources for K - 3.
    Crayola - Kids' Playzone
    Come on in and play! In the Crayola Playzone you will find the coolest collection of fun, creative activities and games on the web!
    Smithsonian Education
    Smithsonian Museum for Students: Arts; Science and Nature; History and Culture; People and Places


    BBC Musical Mysteries
    Musical Mysteries is a lively interactive site allowing pupils to have fun, while exploring basic musical concepts in sound, rhythm and mood. The site provides opportunities too for pupils to investigate a range of orchestral instruments. The primary aims of the site are to develop pupils' sensitivity to sound and to stimulate an interest in music.
    BrainPoP Jr.
    Online educational resources for K - 3.
    Classics for Kids
    Have fun online with classical music games Compose your own music and share it with your friends; repeat the rockin' rhythms; and listen to the music online.
    Classics for Kids
    Play games to learn more about music and rhythm!
    SFS Kids
    Welcome to San Francisco Symphony Kids - Fun and games with music!
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    Goal 1

    By June of 2014, all students will solve mathematical tasks and demonstrate their mathematical thinking and reasoning by using problem-solving strategies as measured by the Problem Solving rubric, Terra Nova 3rd Edition Scholastic Math Inventory.

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    By June 2014, all students will improve reading comprehension using the strategies matching readers to appropriate text and through use of explicit fluency instruction as measured by age appropriate quarterly assessments including the BAS Reading List (K), the BAS Fluency assessment and rubrics (grades 1–5), the Scholastic Reading Inventory (grades 3-5), and the Terra Nova, 3rd Edition (grades 3-5).