The following are recommended by MTNA.

Performer-Based Websites

From The Top
The From The Top website is designed for young classical musicians. This clever website has: The Green Room, Hall of Fame, Answer Zone, Student Lounge, a Reference Room and an area for parents and teachers. Partnered with the highly successful From The Top radio program, this site offers the more serious young musicians an opportunity to hear from others like them and benefit from socialization of sorts with others like themselves.

JazzKids was created for children of all ages. The website offers teachers, parents and even the youngest students the opportunity to be introduced to jazz. The interactive audio, video and curriculum are not intended to replace a teacher!

Symphony-Based Websites

San Francisco Symphony Kids
This very animated and fun website introduces kids to the orchestra but also has sections on theory basics and composers.

Music Game/Theory/History/Listening Websites

Funbrain offers games on composers, instruments, reading and vocabulary.

Data Dragon
Learning about and listening to different instruments, reading music, musical genres and links to additional sites are the features of this site.

This is a great site for music theory.

This site is just what it says—for first- through twelfth-graders. You also can use this site to search for more related sites.

A to Z Kids Stuff
"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 ninety-nine additional sites for music and learning.

Homework Spot
This site offers many links to quality classical music sites.

Tritone Music
Features online, interactive piano lessons that can be used in conjunction with traditional piano lessons.

Music Theory
Includes quality theory tutorials, and interactive identification and ear training drills in note reading, key signatures, intervals and triads.

Music Theory
This site contains 26 free music theory lessons (which include some audio examples) and printable quizzes.

Students can test their music knowledge with quizzes, matches, concentration card games and other activities.

Elementary-age students can enjoy exploring, creating and manipulating music.

Upper elementary and middle school students can enjoy manipulating and creating musical sequences.

Anvil Studio
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 offers ear training and theory skills.

Making Music Fun