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The idea is to find household items, percussive instruments (or pieces of former instruments), or anything that would make a pleasing or interesting sound when rubbed, struck or plucked, attach it to a “wall”, and let the kids have at it!

Chain rattle music play - link is to original source

WOW! Im making this.

wall of recycling....textured wall made from cardboard

love the color on the wall

Beth's Music Notes: Fast and Slow Music Resources. Use a color sheet w/2 sides that represent fast and slow. Students color the side that matches the music they hear. Assess students as the music changes to see if they color the correct picture.

outdoor xylophone that actually works...this one located at a preschool in Portland, OR