Arpeggios – Chrome Music Lab

An arpeggio is a chord played one note at a time. This experiment lets you play arpeggios in different patterns. Tap the wheel to explore major and minor chords.

Sound Waves – Chrome Music Lab

Imagine the blue dots are particles (pieces) of the air. As sound goes through air, it moves it. Use the magnifying glass to see the actual wave of the sound. Hold the note and see what happens.

Chords – From Chrome Music Lab

You can learn the major and minor chords with a keyboard. How do the major and minor chords sound different? How does a major chord make you feel? How does a minor chord make you feel?

Spectrogram – From Chrome Music Lab

A spectrogram is a picture of sound. A spectrogram shows the frequencies that make up the sound, from low to high, and how they change over time, from left to right. With this experiment you can compare spectrograms of different sounds, or use the mic…

Song Maker – from Chrome Music Lab

This is a really great and simple song creator. Select squares to make notes. Notice how the colours are different for the different notes. At the bottom you can add percussion sounds with the triangles and circles. Change the tempo of the song by adjusting…

Typatone Use your keyboard to create different tones. The app will continue to play the song that you create. Play around and make magic! Use the spacebar for rests. If you’d like, send your best song to me using the paper airplane button! Copy and…

Dance Activities (Kindergarten and Grade 1)

Dance to the song Banana Phone, just like we did in Music Class. Every time you hear the words Banana Phone, you must FREEZE! Our second song, which we also danced to in Music Class, is Shake the Sillies Out. Follow along with the lyrics…


Incredibox is a great way to create music. Click to use the Demo version. Then choose your character, which corresponds to a genre of music. Add costumes to the characters and see what happens!

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Teaches yoga through stories and adventures. Great to keep you active and engaged. Some videos focus on mindfulness and/or 5-10 minute brain breaks, which are good for breaks between school subjects!