Produced by Cincinnati Public Radio, Classics for Kids is bringing the "joy of music" to your living room or classroom. The program produces podcast episodes and lesson plans that are free to caregivers and teachers and has a dedicated page for each audience to highlight resources of interest. Music educators worried about transitioning the choir room to Zoom should check out the "Teaching Can Thrive Online" post (featured on the Home page). Here, instructors will find tips on remote learning from Cincinnati Boychoir Artistic Director Jason Alexander Holmes. Additionally, under the Composers tab users will find brief biographies of various music moguls. More information on these figures can be found via the Classics for Kids podcast. These six-minute episodes, released weekly, introduce listeners to composers and their work. Readers can find the podcast linked at the bottom of the website and can also subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Stitcher. For more fun content, check out the Games and Music sections, which feature a variety of musically inclined materials. Classics for Kids is supported by the Charles H. Dater Foundation and NAXOS.