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Chuck Vanderchuck’s “Something Something” Explosion is an immersive, interactive online experience with the goal of helping kids understand music, ear training, and music composition. Kids can view animated videos highlighting different musical genres. The kids can also play a series of mini games that prepare them for “the big gig,”which allows the kids to showcase what they’ve learned along the way. This musical game experience was created for 6 to 9 year-olds.

Music Compostion
Support your child’s learning in making a musical piece. This promotes creative listening activities for creative thinking.
Lyric Writing
Assist your child in creating a song using lyrics. This helps children grasp the concepts of rhyming.

What Sounds Like What
Do you know the instrument you just heard? Learn how different instruments sound and how to pick them out in an ensemble.
Zen and the Art of Musical Compostion
Use household items to match patterns you hear. Then hear how playing them together can create a song.

Tito Puente
Tito Puente, Sr. is known as the “King of Latin Music.”  Since the 1930’s, Puente has been playing the timbales, vibraphone and piano among other instruments. 

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