It’s the middle of the summer and it’s always a lot of fun to add a different element to your free playtime! Why not add musical opportunities for fun! Turn up the music for a little afternoon dance party. Pull out some instruments or even make your own and learn to play one! We are thrilled to share with you 3 different sites that she’s this fun topic in our
Last Week’s After School Party!
- Water Play with Music by Childs Play Music
- Outdoor Music Station by Scattered Yet Together
- Teaching Kids How Sound is Made by Kids Activity Blog
- Incorporating Music into your Daily Life by Mama Smiles
- Exploring Acoustic Sounds with Science from Science Sparks
- Outdoor Learning Station from My Nearest and Dearest
- DIY Rainstick from I Can Teach My Child
- DIY Xylophone from Relentlessly Fun Deceptively Educational
- Create a Simple Outdoor Music Play Area from Play Dr. Mom
While I was reading Relentlessly Fun Deceptively Educational post about the Xylophone I discovered she has created quite a few
DIY Instruments! Check them out!
- DIY Craft Stick Harmonica
- DIY Stick Piano
- DIY Palm Pipes
- DIY Bongo Drums
- DIY Straw Flute
- DIY Guitar
- Music Measure of Math Printables
For two summers my daughter had the opportunity to attend a Music Summer Camp and our Kindermusik Teacher. It was fun to see them learn to play bells one year and the xylophone the other year.
What Music Goal could you s
et for your child this summer?
Here’s a few posts on The Educators’ Spin On I that we’ve shared with our readers of how to incorperate music at home.
- Making your Own Instruments from Recyled Containers
- Outdoor Music Station
- Music with Children Pinterest Board
And then this is one of those times when it’s super hot outside or raining and lightening that you can play a movement video game. The
Just Dance Kids video games are super fun to do with just one child of or quite a few!
So what are you waiting for, get up a DANCE, SIGN and MAKE MUSIC!
We’re looking forward to seeing what you share this week!
What Instrument will you make first with your child?