Arthurlie Family Centre

Our children enjoyed their St Andrew’s celebrations thanks to our volunteer piper Colin who pipped for the children in our Centre both morning and afternoon.

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The children had a visit from Colin the piper who played for the children.  The children also got an opportunity to play the chanter, dance and sing. The chanter is a pipe played with two hands. It produces the melody and contains either a single or double reed. … Drones are long tubes with single reeds. When a player starts to play the bagpipes, the drones emit one continuous sound that the melody is played over with the chanter.

Back in the playroom the children decorated their space with Scottish flags and tartan.  At the craft table they learned how to produce paper weaving and painted some Scottish Flags.

 

 

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