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Create Your Own Homemade Practice Jar
Reuse any plastic jar (for kids) with lid
Crayons, markers, stickers
Your Favorite Construction Color paper
Printable Practice Jar Strips
1. Cut the amount of construction paper that you would like to wrap around your bottle - and Decorate if you wish!
2. Tape the decorated construction paper around your jar.
3. Print Practice Jar Strips from your email!
4. Write out songs, your music repertoire, OR goals that needs to be practiced everyday!
5. With scissors cut along dotted lines into strips! Tie all strips with a rubberband to save for following practice days!
6. Each day you practice - you can fold and drop a practice strip into the jar. OR fold all of them and drop them into the box... and every time you practice - take the strip out of the jar. Get creative!
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Create Homemade Egg Shakers
Small plastic bottle with lid
1/4 cup of rice or any grains or beans
1. Remove any plastic label around bottle
2. Add 1/4 cup of rice into bottle. Close with lid.
3. Add glue around the bottle depending on where you would like to add the yarn.
4. Slowly add the yarn around the bottle.
5. Gently shake the egg shaker!
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Ocean Drums are so much fun to make!
Fore more see how it's been used in my music recitals:
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Rainsticks are so much fun to make!
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on March 18, 2020 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
This fun project for my students or kids learning music is not only to practice but also to create and understand the structure and patterns of the keyboard. This will also enable the beginner student to comprehend different hand positions. If there is enough time I allow my students to be as creative as possible. We are creating a 2D keyboard.
There are 88 keys on a given piano but for the young beginner an octave or two octaves will be a great start.
What You Will Need:
What to Do:
Ask your student or child to look identify the patterns and structure of the keys. Add the long white labels to the construction paper to create the main white keybed.
Using scissors, cut the labels in half to add the black keys patterns. There are 2 black keys and then 3 black keys. Assist and make sure your student or child is adding the black keys in the correct areas. Color the keys either black or any color of their choice.
Add either glitter glue or markers around the keys. This can help distinguish the keys.
Write the musical alphabetical pattern on the keys or any key position.