Activity 1: Math Music Eighth Notes
Print out the worksheet, add the note values together, and draw a note for the answer.
Activity 2: Sweet Rhythms
Add up the number of beats in each picture and then follow the color code on the worksheet.
Activity 3: Pot of Gold Beats
Count the beats in the pot of gold and then draw a line in the correct shamrock.
Activity 4: Shamrock Notes
Follow the directions and color in the shamrocks according to the note that is inside.
Activity 1: Rhythm Patterns
Follow the instructions on the worksheet to create shape and rhythm patterns.
Activity 2: Musical Alphabet
Follow the instructions on the worksheet, to make a mini alphabet book, and learn the alphabet by singing the song.
Activity 3: Draw to the Music
Play a snippet to a song, write down how it makes them feel and describe how it sounds.
Activity 4: Rhythm and Beat
Have your child sing the nursery rhymes and follow the words on the worksheet to try to and figure out which is the rhythm and which is the beat.
Activity 1: Musical Bottles
In this experiment, you will learn how sounds are caused by vibrations. Follow the directions on the activity to make your own musical bottle!
Activity 2: Feel the Vibrations!
With the help of an adult, you will be making walkie talkies using cups or soup cans and then use them to see if you are able to hear the person on the other end.
Activity 3: Sound Waves Experiment
Follow the directions to conduct the experiment and learn the science behind sound waves!
Activity 4: The Balloon Amplifier
You will need a balloon to blow up and then once it is blown up, hold it close to your ear while you tap on the other side.
Activity 1: Musical Water Glasses
Fill the glasses with different levels of water, then add the food coloring to further differentiate them. Then with a wooden spoon, tap each glass to make music!
Activity 2: Straw Pan Flute
Follow the directions to make a set of little pipes with just 6 straws and a piece of cardboard.
Activity 3: Colorful Egg Shakers
You will need plastic eggs to fill with colored sand, once they are filled you will need to tape them shut so they are sealed and get to shaking!
Activity 4: Strummies
You will need a small box, decorate it however you like using crayons and markers, then add rubber bands around the box to create the strings for the strummies.