Instrument Day! is always a favorite day in the Sound Beginnings class!
Sound Beginnings is a parent and child music class for young children–2-4 year olds.
This semester’s class was named “White Horses”
and many of the games, songs, and activities centered around horses. The final class each semester of Sound Beginnings is called Instrument Day. This is a super fun day when students can bring their parents, siblings, grandparents, and friends to participate in class with them.
Each family bring instruments from home—some are professional string or brass instruments, some are children’s toys, and some are homemade. Whatever the children bring, they are excited to share with the class. We always make a rhythm instrument to take home and this year it was the jingle glove!
Just find a child’s size glove and hot glue jingle bells on the fingertips for a super fun and easy instrument. Of course the parents are the ones doing the gluing, but the children are the ones picking out the color of the glove and the jingles.
At The MAC we love to see the joy on the children’s faces as they explore music and share it with their families. Thanks MAC families!
Join us for the next round of classes beginning January 9! Register HERE