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    DIY rainstick!

    Make a rainstick using recycled materials and things from around the house! A fantastic musical instrument for young children that sounds just like falling rain! Pin It  I’ve been wanting to try making one of these for so long! A parent of a child I once taught told me how to make a rain stick …

    @Tabatha Bradley... I knew I should have kept those tubes!!! :P

    homemade rain stick. I made this for preschool and it is pretty cool. Decorated the outside of the tube.

    Popsicle Stick Harmonica

    Kids' Crafts: Summer Rain Stick. Julian demonstrated how to make these in his fourth grade class. we used wrapping paper tubes tooth picks, masking tape, dried beans and nail clippers. the longer the tube, the more toothpicks and beans, the better the sound

    cub scout project

    Toilet Paper Roll Cars

    How to make a Chinese Dragon Puppet. So easy to make with basic items you may already have in your craft box.I've updated my tute to include all the steps and instructions that were lost due to a broken link.

    Simple fireworks painting idea for kids using DIY toilet paper roll firework stamp. Danya Banya

    Gorgeous!! Make crystal names in a jar. Such a pretty science experiment and name activity in one.

    Australian Aboriginal Rain Sticks

    Make Your Own Rainstick jacquelinevanderv... www.jacquelinevan...

    Paper towel roll rainsticks - great craft, used for the rainforest theme... would work well with the weather study as well.

    Music craft: rain stick

    Rainsticks fill empty paper towel roll with aluminum foil rice and seal shut...decorate and stickers first of course :)

    DIY Musical Instruments - Homemade Fun for Kids

    paper towel roll painting! Love this and would be great to do when making Rain Sticks instead of tissue paper then enclose whole thing in contact paper to keep while shaking rain stick.

    Such a fun kid's activity! How to make a rain stick from

    Paper Roll Bracelets Craft |

    love the paper colors. rain sticks are fun, but problematic when you're doing a program for 100+ kiddos. We thought stuffing the inside w/ wadded-up tissue paper might provide the same trickling-effect as nails do, and would be something kids could do w/o supervision!