Music is something that I appreciate, but do not feel qualified to teach. Since that is not one of my strengths and I suspect some others may feel this way, I’d like to give you an online resource to help. It is called the Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra that has been produced by the Weill Music Institute ay Carnegie Hall.
This is a comprehensive overview of the instruments of the orchestra and would certainly meet the requirement of teaching music to your elementary student. It is interactive, interesting, and well done. I found myself wanting to continue on with the adventure as I think your pupil will as well. The adventures center around a young lady helping her eccentric uncle locate the instruments to fill an ancient amphitheater. There are activities the children must complete that test their knowledge as they go on a treasure hunt to find the lost instruments. I would suggest that you create an account if you wish to use this throughout the year. I believe you and your child are going to visit here often as part of your music studies. To see for yourself CLICK HERE