Resources

Here are some ideas:

Classical Music

**Tubby the Tuba (Book & CD)

**Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf With CD (Audio)

**The Carnival of the Animals (Book & CD)

Swan Lake Ballet Theatre (Game, book, and CD)

**Beethoven’s Wig: Sing Along Symphonies classical music CDs 

**Maestro Classics: Classical Music For Kids is a classical music series for children and families written for narrator and orchestra

Bolshoi Ballet, world famous classical ballet company from Moscow, performs live in HD in local movie theaters. They often bring kids ballets, like The Nutcracker or Sleeping Beauty. You could watch it in movie theater for the fraction of what you would pay to watch it live.

Philadelphia Orchestra: Children’s Day is igniting kids’ imagination and love of music with online activities that include a new virtual installment of the Orchestra’s popular Sound All Around series, a Suzuki Violin virtual PlayIN, instrument demonstrations, and interactive craft projects.

**some books and CDs might be available in your local library.

Fine Art

**Matisse’s Garden book by S. Friedman

**The Cat and the Bird: A Children’s Book Inspired by Paul Klee by G. Elschner

**Are You an Art Sleuth?: Look, Discover, Learn! by B. DiGiovanni Evans

**A Child’s Book of Play in Art by L. Micklethwait

**I Spy: An Alphabet in Art by L. Micklethwait

Philadelphia Museum of Art Hands-On Activities (btw, every first Sunday of the month “pay what you wish” admissions)

Barnes Foundation Barnes from Home: Family Art Time

**some books and CDs might be available in your local library.

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