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DIY small rainstick, using aluminum foil instead of nails for sound

DIY small rainstick, using aluminum foil instead of nails for sound Bear Elective Adventure: A World of Sound 3

This upcylcled and naturally sourced DIY rainstick musical sensory bottle will help children learn self-regulation skills. This rainstick calm down bottle is a musical instrument that is fun to watch and listen to. It makes the sound of pitter-patting rain when tipped from top to bottom. Discovery bottles are also great for no mess safe sensory play for kids. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers can safely investigate small objects without the risk of choking.

DIY Rainstick Musical Sensory Bottle

An easy upcylcled and naturally sourced DIY rainstick musical sensory bottle that will help children learn to self-regulate. This calm down jar is a musical instrument that is fun for kids to watch and listen to. It makes the gentle pitter-pat sound of ra

Some ideas for exploring sound, tone, and pitch changes during water play for young children. Using simple household equipment like mixing bowls and pot lids, and everyday materials like garden hose and PVC pipe you can create interesting and unusual sound effects that any child will find fascinating.

Some ideas for exploring sound, tone, and pitch changes during water play for young children.

This is my DIY Guitalele holder:(guitar+ukulele=guitalele) for my new Yamaha GL 1 Guitar Ukulele   you only need cardbaord, some glue, a knife and foil to cover.  And an Instrument ;-)

This is my DIY Guitalele holder:(guitar+ukulele=guitalele) for my new Yamaha GL 1 Guitar Ukulele you only need cardbaord, some glue, a knife and foil to cover. I am so making this for my Ukulele

This instructable is how to make a simple bagpipe like instrument out of basic household materials. Granted, it does not sound all too much like a bagpipe, but it works similarly and is fun to mess around with.

How to Make Bagpipes Out of a Garbage Bag and Recorders

EPIC Soda Bottle Rocket!

This EPIC Bottle Rocket Flew Higher Than our Two Story House! Use a soda bottle, baking soda, and vinegar. Super fun science and backyard project! Demonstrate Newton's law of motion. Also put so glitter in it for a fun explosion

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