- Develop a sense of pride and achievement.
- Encourages and promotes imaginative play and creativity.
- Fine motor development and eye-hand coordination.
- Getting little bodies moving through dance and rhythm.
Tin Can Music Makers
Posted by August 2, 2012 12 Commentson
What you will need? You will need coloured paper, clean recycled tin cans, balloons, scissors, glue, stickers and rice or other fillings for the shaker. We also used coconut shavings, dried split peas and uncooked pasta to create different sounds such as soft and loud. My girls had fun trying to pick which item was making that sound when they shook the tin. Let’s Play Pretending to play bongo drums! Shake, shake!! Here are my girls having so much fun dancing to their favourite songs and shaking their Tin Can Music Makers. We also played games with no music playing, trying to guess what was inside the tin. And more drums…. Learning experiences from making a homemade Tin Can Music Makers: