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Prodigies

This complete music curriculum is available online for preschool and elementary level students. The basic curriculum includes videos lessons using Kodaly hand signs and singing. You can also purchase color coded desk bells to play along while learning music notation and theory. An upgrade to membership gives you access to lesson plans and printable materials.

Curious Jane

This company provides DIY/maker resources for girls. They publish a quarterly print magazine and a few books, and run summer camp programs in four US cities. You can try out their materials by subscribing to a free "project of the month" email.

Mighty Maestro

Online, interactive program for learning music reading and theory. This program is designed for young, beginning musicians, and there are options for purchasing individual or shared logins. Price is pretty reasonable.

Blick for Educators

Blick Art Supplies has a website for educators with a large collection of art lessons and activities. You can search the list by grade level or art medium. Each lesson has a video or pdf for instruction, and links to purchase necessary materials.

musictheory.net

Free, online, interactive music theory lessons. Covers concepts from beginner to advanced level. There are also tools for ear training and developing fluency in music reading. You can use the material online for free, or purchase iOS apps to do your learning offline.

Arttango

Free art lessons for elementary ages. The lessons concentrate on the elements of art (such as line, shape, and color.) There are 30 lessons for each grade level, and a handy materials list for each year. 

Professor Carol

Professor Carol is a former college music professor, now providing online courses in music history and appreciation. You can purchase a membership to her website and get access to all courses, or buy some of them individually. There is an associate membership option to try out the materials for free. The blog includes some fun information and links to great videos on Youtube. This is a great resource for arts and history study.

The Artful Parent

This blog has hundreds of great ideas for doing art with kids. There are a couple of books and online classes available for purchase, as well as some free printable resources. The suggestions of art supplies for different ages are particularly helpful.

DSO Kids

The kids pages of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra website have some great information and recordings. You can learn about composers, instruments, music theory and more. There is also a teachers section with some lesson plans and activities.

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