Paper Napkins Ballerina - AllDayChic
Take some time and create something special. Here we have a tutorial about how to modulate a ballerina out of things you most probably already have in your house. It is a project that can be made next to your children or just for relaxing. You will need: – wire (flexible, holding the form); – […]
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Homemade Straw Flute
See how easy it is for kids to make their own musical instrument with this homemade straw flute. Includes video so you can see the final result!
How to Make a Rainstick Instrument
Here’s how to make a rainstick using a cardboard tube and some crafting materials. The kids loved making this homemade instrument and using it to explore sound! Follow our Crafts for Kids Pinterest board! Homemade rainsticks make a great craft for kids and a fun science activity too. The kids love the creative freedom of …
Paper Roll Twisted Oak Tree
Well I think I've officially run myself dry on the paper roll obsession. I've also run out of paper rolls, so that helps. This time, I put...
Let's make some pin strummer instruments! This craft is partly an experiment and discovery activity for your kids so I’m kind of steering away from our normal craft-project format. First, have your kiddos gather items that they are able to place tape on. Check the recycling bin too; there are lots of useful items in […]
Make Your Own Instrument
The New York Philharmonic Kidzone is a place for kids to come and learn about the New York Philharmonic and about the instruments, music, musicians, composers and conductors of symphony music.
D, Popsicle Stick and Paper Plate Kalimba!
Back to the Orffabet! Today's letter is D, the shape of the popsicle prongs on a homemade Kalimba! Lisa Lehmberg of the University of Massachuset…
Paper Bag Fall Tree
Help your Children decorate for fall with this easy craft. What you'll need: -Brown paper lunch bags -Scissors -Glue -Paper (Fall colors) The how to: 1- Cut lunch bag into half inch strips. Start at the opening and cut half way down the bag. 2- Open bag and stand it up. 3- Hold base of bag with one hand and twist the middle of bag to create the trunk of the tree. 4- (example of finished trunk) 5- Twist two of the bag strips together to create branches. 6- (example of finished branches) 7…