AskERIC Lesson Plans
Features art and music education materials from the AskERIC Lesson Plan Collection, a service of the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) of the U.S. National Library of Education.

Land of Music for Kids K-8:  “A wonderful place, where notes, other musical symbols, and instruments come alive!”  Games for children and teacher resources. 

Lesson Plans and Activities Features a collection of Internet resources containing art and music lesson plans and activities to assist in teaching and learning about the arts, compiled by Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL).
EdSitement Subject-based access to humanities sites, lesson plans and at-home activities, and additional learning activities.

Lesson Plan links Lesson Plans for the Arts

Lesson Ideas
Lesson Plans for the Arts

Michigan Teacher Network This section contains descriptions of over 400 Web sites related to education in Music, Dance, Theater, and Visual Arts. Use the links in the left side bar to browse the collection by topic.

Fine Arts Arts Lessons Plans

Teach the Children Well
for music

Thirteen Ed Online
Excellent source for lesson plans on many subjects

Women in Music Lesson Plans Lady Sings the Blues

M.U.S.I.C. Musicians United for Songs in the Classroom, Inc.


Women in popular music  

K-12 Resources for Music Educators  

Lesson Planet Over 30,000 Lesson Plans, Teacher Tools and More
Music Resources for the Elementary Music Teacher

73 Web sites on composers including women composers   

Little Women in the Classroom!  Here is a list of teacher resources to help you with your lesson plans. The list of websites includes biographies, curriculum guides, and historical information about Louisa May Alcott’s family home, Orchard House. There is also a link to the online version of Little Women for easy access. Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women based on her own experiences growing up with three other sisters. The novel, published September 30, 1868, was a success and sold more than 2,000 copies. In fact, her publisher asked for a second volume because the story was so popular. The second volume was released on April 14, 1869 with a response of more than 13,000 copies sold immediately. Alcott's story of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy had launched her into celebrity status and helped to alleviate the family's financial problems. These collected websites and references are designed to enhance your understanding of Little Women.

Finding Music Lessons

ISD Media Center Sites for children, women, and general information

Arts Lesson Plans

K-6 Arts Lesson Plans

Lesson Plan links Arts and Elementary

Visual and Performing Arts from

Michigan Teacher Networks

Education World Five Lesson Plans for Integrating Music

Lessons Any Teacher can Teach

Lessons Plan Page

Lesson Plans and Ideas

Educational CyberPlayGround K-12 Music Education

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Lesson Plans  

Fifty Songs Every Child Should Know