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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC KIDSZONE!
Kid Zone is the latest addition to the New York Philharmonic's site. It has loads of fun things to do that bring classical music to life for kids. And it's not just print!
You can even hear instruments and excerpts of music. There's also a Teacher Resource Center with curriculum ideas and lesson plans.
Do you know the New Victory Theater on West 42nd Street in New York? It specializes in shows for kids and families and each season they haven an outstanding international array of guests. This site has audio/video clips of shows, interactive games, monthly reviews, Haiku Horoscopes, and more.
Another music site! Louis Armstrong was a national treasure, but most New Yorkers don't know that from 1943 till his death he lived in a simple home in Corona, Queens. The house is now a National Historic Landmark. Check out this site learn more and for info on the Louis Armstrong Archives at Queens College.
SCHOOL OF THE MONTH!
John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx teamed up with a school in Sweden to create "Learning About Leonardo." They call it a "multidisciplinary science driven web-based project" to explore the work of Leonardo da Vinci. There's an interactive quiz, multilingual musical postcards in 17 languages, and lots more, including curricula resources contributed by teachers for English, Social Studies, Math, and other subjects.
Here's a reminder: Visit the Web site of WNYC, the public radio home of NEW YORK KIDS.
Click on the WNYC logo on our home page, or just click on this address: www.wnyc.org.