• It contains self directed lessons, exercises, and a set of music theory tools including a staff paper generator, and virtual piano. It also allows teachers to create and link to their own set of custom exercises.

Tonesavey –

  • Usually a paid resource ranging from $19 to $99 per month depending on the number of students, they are offering all levels of subscription for free IF your school closes, and you are not already a member. The subscription provides class exercises, music theory, and ear training. The subscription will remain free for the duration of your school closure.

Chrome Music Lab

  • Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

Tiny Desk Concerts

  • Have your students watch some awesome concerts!

  • makes practicing the important skill of sight reading easy and fun! This cloud-based service allows you to customize and generate unlimited sight reading examples instantly, on-demand for music educators, students and hobbyists of all ages and abilities.