Rainstick Craft for Kids (and Science Activity)- Explore sound with a homemade instrument! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

How to Make a Rainstick Instrument

Rainstick Craft for Kids (and Science Activity)- Explore sound with a homemade instrument! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

easy homemade musical instruments for kids

How to make a percussion stick musical instrument

These homemade musical instruments for kids are awesome! Great DIY music instruments for preschoolers and kids - love music activities for children!

Splendidly Creative {and simple} Homemade Instruments!

These homemade musical instruments for kids are awesome! Great DIY music instruments for preschoolers and kids - love music activities for children!

Jam with some Pin Strummers. An Original #kids #craft by www.piikeastreet.com #piikeastreet

Jam with some Pin Strummers. An Original #kids #craft by www.piikeastreet.com #piikeastreet

Make bright and colourful Rainbow Sensory Play Bottles. An adaptable sensory play activity and musical instrument too. Great fun for all ages.

Sensory Play - Rainbow Bottles/Music Shakers

Make bright and colourful Rainbow Sensory Play Bottles. An adaptable sensory play activity and musical instrument too. Great fun for all ages.

Water bottle guiro What's your favorite way to make music with your kids on the fly? Strike up the kitchen band with homemade instruments! #DIYinstruments #kitchenband #activitiesforkids @SheKnows

Make your own kitchen band

Water bottle guiro What's your favorite way to make music with your kids on the fly? Strike up the kitchen band with homemade instruments! #DIYinstruments #kitchenband #activitiesforkids @SheKnows

Cardboard instruments-  1. Cut out a smooth hole in the shoebox lid.  2. Place 4 or 6 elastic bands around the shoebox, starting with the thickest closest to you then gradually getting smaller.  3. Take 2 pencils or something protruding and put each one toward the end of the box at both sides, creating the bridge for the guitar.  4. Your guitar is ready to be strummed!

Cardboard instruments

Cardboard instruments- 1. Cut out a smooth hole in the shoebox lid. 2. Place 4 or 6 elastic bands around the shoebox, starting with the thickest closest to you then gradually getting smaller. 3. Take 2 pencils or something protruding and put each one toward the end of the box at both sides, creating the bridge for the guitar. 4. Your guitar is ready to be strummed!

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