Art Music Technology Literature (Ngā Toi)

Art

To be honest, I am not the least bit arty. Here's some ideas for the subject though:
and:

Another possibility is from Concordia University Chicago.  It has free PDF lessons for grades 1 through 7.
And another great site:
And another site I found:

Another is:
With a LIVE option:


More here ...

Hold on, found another

They keep coming...

Loads more activities on my Pinterest board

Music



Some more favourites:


 Another interesting one:

The next is a site with a bunch of songs for learning.  I'll throw it in here just in case someone finds it helpful.

Technology

For typing we use a free BBC programme:
Many homeschoolers have commented they find the voice-overs rather grating but our kids find them entertaining.  They've grown accustomed to the voices and can get past the sounds, so I guess it's just a matter of preference really.
The site uses a good mix of multimedia elements. Dance Mat Typing clearly shows which age group it is meant for. The vocabulary and concepts are appropriate for that age group. The pictures are laid out well in relation to the text. The site navigation is easy to follow. The site loads fast at first though the flash lessons may take time depending on connection speed.
Dance Mat Typing is an introduction to touch typing for children aged 7 - 11 years. Each of the 4 levels are divided into 3 stages. Begin at Level 1 and build up your skills gradually through to Level 4.

Here is another free typing website:
And:
Another one ...
And


Okay, the next awesome site could/should appear under every Page link, but I'll pop Ted Talks here ...
and:
Here's another one of those links that can easily be slotted under every Page link, but it's thrown in here cos that's the page I'm on, lol ....  BBC Schools covers every subject  ....

This looks great:
There's a influx of free online education, so just Google for loads more.

Literature



Shakespeare

Adding this link here so I can find it when we start doing Shakespeare