HI! I am looking for suggestions for some classical music resources for very young children (CDs, story books, etc.). So far I have found two books (Carnival of the Animals and Can You Hear It?) that have CDs included, but I wondered if anyone has found a great, fun resource for this and/or a website with activities. The age range would be ages 4-7. This is to be used in a small co-op setting for no longer than 30 minutes per lesson. (I plan to use Peter and the Wolf later in the year.) Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
Classics for Kids https://www.classicsforkids.com/ has audio files and worksheets for various composers.
The following website has a lot of activities and even curriculum guides (sort of a unit study) for use with different mastro classics cds or any cds you can find/have.
I hope this is helpful to you
Mine all love Beetoven’s Wig music CDs. I believe there is a book with the same title, too. Also Story of the Orchestra. That age, just listening is enough.