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Homemade pan pipe - straws, glue, and cardboard.  Blow across the top of the straws to create sound.  Great way to illustrate that the longer the straw, the lower the sound. Preschool Music, Teaching Music, Preschool Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Teaching Science, Toddler Crafts, Music Teacher, Colegio Ideas, Homemade Musical Instruments
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Make a Wind Instrument Craft

When you play a musical instrument, it makes the air around you vibrate (move back and forth rapidly). The air carries the vibrations to your ears and your eardrums vibrate so that you can hear the sounds made by the musical instrument. Pan Pipes are a simple wind instrument. When they are played, the air inside the tubes (straws) vibrates to make a sound. Materials 6-8 straws per person cardboard or heavy oaktag paper glue scissors Directions Cut 2 rectangular pieces of cardboard for each…