We have 6 resources for learning Singing including educational CDs, MP3s & Audiobooks, Books, Worksheets & Printables, and YouTube & Online Videos, from providers such as Institute for Excellence in Writing and Aussie Vocal Coach.
7th - College | Online video/YouTube
Aussie Vocal Coach is for people who want to discover how to sing and improve their voice. Inside this site you will find: - A collection of free singing lessons that will teach you how to develop...
Pre-K - 3rd | Audio CD/MP3, Book
This program is designed to help beginners learn the proper way to sing. It doesn’t really matter the age of the person using this book, as long as he or she is willing to start from the very...
Kindergarten - 5th | Audio CD/MP3, Book, Worksheet/Printable
A little more challenging than Level I, this selection of songs may bring back memories to parents and teachers of some of their own childhood favorites. “Ponies, Ponies” is an easy two- or...
3rd - 8th | Audio CD/MP3, Book, Worksheet/Printable
If a student has done a lot of singing at home or in school and has reached the age of eight or older, we recommend beginning with Level III. Included in this set are one round and two songs in...
6th - 8th | Audio CD/MP3, Book, Worksheet/Printable
This book can be used for a person of any age interested in singing beautiful music. It is good to have more than one voice singing on each part since the music is somewhat complicated. At the end...
6th - High School | Audio CD/MP3, Book, Worksheet/Printable
This set begins with “He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands.” Students enjoy adding hand gestures once they have it memorized. Included in this set are some songs you may recognize, such as “Cradle...
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What should I consider when choosing a learning resource for Singing?
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- Time commitment - how much time can you spend with this resource per day/week?
- Portability - will you be studying at home or in other places, such as on the bus or after school?
- Reinforcement learning - does the resource offer reinforcement? Think about whether you'll want exercises or printable worksheets to help you practice what you learned.
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