Virtual Keyboard: www.xmission.com/~mgm/misc/keyboard.html
This site features a diagram of the piano keyboard. You can click on a key and hear the note. The guy that developed the site claims it is a stupid site, but after 15 to 20 minutes, my youngest son learned to locate all the notes on the keyboard.
Piano on the Net: www.artdsm.com/music.html
Piano lessons on-line. Been a while since I looked at this site. Looked interesting, but I would rather have a real teacher.
America's Shrine to Music Mueseum: www.usd.edu/smm
Online Antique Phonograph Gallery: www.inkyfingers.com?Record.html
Both are kind of interesting-bookmark them for a rainy day.
Children's Music List: www.cowboy.net/~mharper/Chmusiclist.html
Children's Music Web: www.childrensmusic.org
Two more rainy day sites for anyone with kids. They both offer a large list of links to music related sites for kids, on-line fun and games and audio clips.
Lullabies and Other Songs for Children: www.kididdles.com
Cute- useful if you need to remeber lyrics to kid songs such as my all time favorite Puff the Magic Dragon
An on-line music magazine for kids.
Classical Composer Biographies: www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/mn200/music/composers.html
J.S. Bach Home Page: www.jsbach.org
A biography and portrait of Bach