Your subscription to Musicplayonline includes a wealth of resources!
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The search engine is a powerful tool on MusicplayOnline. From the discover page you can search the whole site.
The Discover search engine can be found here.
Learn more about the search engine here: How do I use the search engine on MusicplayOnline?
For songs, we include a notation video, lyrics video, kids demo videos for games, Concept Slides, Piano/Guitar/Ukulele/Orff/Boomwhackers arrangements, Printables, Teaching Tools, Lyrics, and an accompaniment track.
There are over 1500 songs that are currently on the site which can be found here.
Learn more about the Song List here: What is available in the song list on MusicplayOnline?
Create your own lessons or copy a learning module and edit it to suit your classroom.
My List can be found here.
Learn more about My Lists here: How do I use the My List feature on MusicplayOnline?
There are 43 lessons (August-June) for every grade PreK-Middle School. '
Learning Modules can be found here.
Learn more about the Learning Modules here: How to use Learning Modules on MusicplayOnline?
There are units to teach dance, theory, orchestra, listening, programs, and festivals/holidays throughout the year.
Musicplayonline has acquired exclusive rights to the Composer DVDs! These include Bach’s Fight for Freedom, Handel’s Last Chance, Bizet’s Dream, Liszt’s Rhapsody, Rossini’s Ghost, Strauss King of 3/4 Time and Beethoven Lives Upstairs.
Units can be found here.Learn more about the units here: What kind of units will I find on MusicplayOnline?
There are over 20 games on the site that teach a wide variety of concepts, with multiple levels of play! New games are always in development!
The game section can be found here.
Learn more about the games here: What kind of games will I find on MusicplayOnline?
The listening section includes 163 selections from all eras of music. All instrument families are represented. Listening logs are included for all selections. Many selections include animated rhythm play along videos. Movement activities with paper plates, ribbons, scarves, cups are included, and we include demo videos of the activities.
The listening section can be found here.
Learn more about the listening kits here: What is in the listening kits on MusicplayOnline?
Instrument methods are included for teaching body percussion, Boomwhackers, Bucket Drumming, Frame Drum, Guitar, Ukulele, Recorder, and Unpitched instruments.
The Instrument section can be found here.
Learn more about the instruments section here: What kind of instrument programs/methods do you have on MusicplayOnline?
We have 25 levels of Rhythm Practice include echo, poison melody, animated rhythm playalong videos, and assessments.
The Rhythm Practice section can be found here.
Learn more about the rhythm practice section here: What is in the rhythm practice section on MusicplayOnline?
Our Solfa Practice section includes preparation activities, so-mi, la-so-mi, so-mi-do, and do-re-mi-so-la practice. Additional solfa activities are in development.
The Solfa Practice section can be found here.
Learn more about the solfa practice section here: What is in the solfa practice section on MusicplayOnline?
Include warmups and vocalise exercises for students. For teachers, there is Yoga for Voice.
The Vocal Warmups can be found here.
Learn more about the vocal warmups section here: What kind of vocal warmups will I find on MusicplayOnline?
In the Toolbox you’ll find Rhythm Composition, Melody Composition, virtual instruments, word walls and tuners. In Concept Practice there is an excellent Tempo Tool, and a Dynamics Tool.
The Toolbox can be found here.
Learn more about the toolbox section here:
There are many ways to plan your lessons using MusicplayOnline. This is an excellent area to review the overview section which includes music advocacy posters, our diversity and equity statement, month outlines, curriculum correlations, and more.
The lesson planning section can be found here.
Learn more about the lesson planning section here: How do I plan my lesson using MusicplayOnline?