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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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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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... 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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... 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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...! 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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... made from recycled and reused products! Your child will have a blast creating unique shakers and rattlers that can be bounced to any beat. Music can help children...
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...! Start the music, which is your child’s signal to move in any way she wants throughout the room. When the music stops (you press the pause button), she...
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... floor CD player and children’s music Stuffed animals What You Do: Test the tape on your floor in an out of the way area to make sure that it...
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... ready! Together sing “Jingle Bells” and other holiday songs. Your child will love ringing the bell to the beat of the music. If you have a video...
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... paint, even feathers and ribbons will give this quick craft a touch of flair to last through many musical numbers! plate, tambourine, music, activity, dried beans, preschool...
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... imitate you. Then invite him to come up with his own rhythms! This will improve his math skills as he learns to recognize the different patterns hidden in beats. music, math, science, sound, compare, preschool, maracas, dance, hear, listen...
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... often depicted as wearing all kinds of jewelry. One of these goddesses is Bastet or Bast, the feline goddess of protection, music, dance, and joy. Your child can now...
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... chairs. Part of it is the mad dash to claim the last seat in the room, but part of it is the excitement of the music, and the scramble that ensues when it turns on...
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.... Have him position one castanet in each hand and encourage him to create an upbeat rhythm or, if he likes, an entire song! flamenco, kids, music, castanets, make your own castanets, how to make castanets...
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... decorate the house for an indoor "beach" party. With some tropical music, Hawaiian print shirts, beach towels and lemonade, any day can be a day at the beach. preschooler, arts and crafts, pre-kindergarten...
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... paper. Music is an important aspect of Mexican culture. Your child can make his very own percussion instrument using simple materials such as paper plates, construction...
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... to form a rainbow of colors and sounds. Discussing how the amount of water in the jar changes the pitch and sound of the music also makes for an interesting and...
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...;ting!” sound, that’s great! Turn the can into a music shaker and dance around together. Free play and imagination are wonderful and your child’s...

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