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Here's an arts and crafts activity to introduce new music to your child and also to get him inspired to create abstract art with rhythmic flair.
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Help your fifth grader honor Black History month and the musical genre of jazz by crafting decorative music notes embellished with jazz musical instruments.
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Invite your fourth grader--and her friends--to channel their inner rock stars as they make their own choreographed music video.
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... music and sound. Turn flower pots into a musical instrument with this inventive activity! This craft will give him a great opportunity to learn about music and sound...
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... poetry especially can confuse and intimidate students. One way to overcome that fear is to relate poetry to music. Song writers understand poetry, so the lyrics fit...
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Music instruments can be expensive. Sidestep steep prices with this art project that uses recycled materials to create a melodious music maker!
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Combine music, history and craft by making a Native American instrument of your own
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Music is all around us. Bring some melody into your home with a hand-crafted door harp.
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Solfege signs are used to guide students through music that is new to them. Help your musically-inclined child learn to work with this fun system today.
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Maracas are most commonly found in music around the world. Introduce your child to percussion and rhythm with this easy-to-make instrument.
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Explore African culture by helping your child make his very own djembe drum! Help your child explore music and rhythm as he celebrates Black History Month.
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... hoops (optional) What You Do: Invite your child to move around (dancing, hopping, skipping, running) while the music is playing and to freeze into a statue...
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...Show your child how to celebrate the Winter Games with music from around the world when you play " Name That Tune" with an international twist. The Olympic Games...
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... a sombrero A recording of the “Mexican Hat Dance” song Players Someone to play the music What You Do: Place a sombrero in the middle of...
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... their favorite animals until the music stops and it's time to freeze. Don’t you wish you had the same amount of energy as your preschooler? Young children need...
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... A few small toys to give away, such as plastic animals, toy cars, notepads, pencils and erasers, plastic jewelry, etc. Music on a player that can be turned on...
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... music with a crafty kazoo he can make and decorate himself. What You Need: A toilet paper tube Construction paper Glue Scissors Stickers...
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... dance mash fever with this catchy and foot-tapping activity that's all about movement and Halloween fun! What You Need: Music Construction paper...
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...! What You Need: Kids/players (adults can get in on this, too) Enough chairs for every player Music and a player – fun, upbeat music works best...
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... the colors of the rainbow. From Purple People Eater to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to Blueberry Hill, your child will celebrate the colors through music. Help...

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