We’re going to make some musical instruments from things that you might find around the house.
You probably saw the video that Connie and I shared. Take a look at it again and remind yourself of the different ways of making sounds from household objects:
Grab your pots, pans, buckets, salt shakers, wooden spoons, tupperware or anything that makes a noise and join in the fun with the RSNO percussionists! We would love to see you taking part – take a photo or video and post it in the comments… Please note this video was filmed a few weeks ago. Please stay at home, practice social distancing and above all else, have fun!
Posted by Royal Scottish National Orchestra on Wednesday, March 25, 2020
We can also find things in our recycling that we can use to make instruments. Get help from a grown-up in case there are any sharp objects.
Now watch this video and see what you can do to make an instrument to shake or tap.
What can you find that can make a good noise? Can you make a shaker or a rain stick? Or a type of drum? Ask a grown up to help you. Maybe you would like to decorate it as well.
You can then use these instruments any time and also in some of the Music activities. Have fun!