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Compose Your Own Music and Play Virtual Instruments!
Suitable for all levels
Almost all my classes have had the opportunity to compose their own music and play a virtual piano and guitar using these sites:
Chrome Music Lab
Groove Pizza
www.apronus.com
All these websites are free and do not require you to make an account!

For those of you who are unfamiliar with these sites, here is a little more about them and how to use them:

Chrome Music Lab:
https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/
This is a fun website that lets you play around with various elements of music and compose your own music. Most students really love the “Kandinsky” and “Rhythm” apps!

Groove Pizza:
https://apps.musedlab.org/groovepizza/?
This website is a circular rhythm app for creative music making and learning! It's also a playful tool for creating grooves using math concepts like shapes, angles and patterns.

Apronus:
www.apronus.com
Apronus is a website that lets you play an online piano and guitar. Once you have accessed the site, click on “virtual piano online” and “virtual guitar online”.
The piano keys on the online piano can be played by clicking the keys with the mouse or by touching the piano keys on a touch screen or by pressing computer keyboard keys.
The online guitar lets you play a virtual guitar by clicking buttons that produce guitar chords.


MusicPlay
https://musicplayonline.com/

MusicPlay is an interactive website that provides you with activities to help you learn all elements of music! Access this website by clicking on this link… https://musicplayonline.com/
Once you get to the home page, sign in using this username and password…

Username: snow
Password: 2020

Once you have signed in, scroll down the page until you see the first big orange button that says “Online Learning”
Find your grade and complete music activities in order!


Listening Lesson: Dance of the Line Riders

Grades K-5
https://edpuzzle.com/media/5e7e037a42b4643f2b6ad350
On this website, you will listen to the song, “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” from The Nutcracker, as you watch a stick figure ride its bike to the form of the song! Multiple choice questions will appear on the side of the video that you can answer. Answers will not be saved.








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