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The Most Simple Music Maker

By: Tammy from Housing a Forest

Before you send Mom out to buy an expensive instrument, get a taste of the world of music with The Most Simple Music Maker ever. Crafts with Popsicle sticks are always budget-friendly, and this fun music craft for kids is no exception. It's amazing that even the littlest musicians can blow a tune with this extremely easy homemade instrument. Stop wondering how to make a harmonica, and consult this tutorial to get started. Once you start humming along with your favorite song you won't be able to stop. Before you know it you'll be playing your harmonica in front of thousands of screaming fans.

The Most Simple Music Maker
The Most Simple Music Maker
This image courtesy of housingaforest.com

Materials: Paper Crafts, Wood Crafts, Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age Group: Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Time to complete: Under 30 minutes

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Got to go get some popsickle sticks and make sure I have toothpicks and rubber bands on hand because when my grand kids see this they are going to want to make them. what a neat thing to make and so easy and that is why it is good for the kids to make themselves. What a good way to let them try instruments before you get the real thing.I can see a child playing this for hours. Anyone make one yet? How did it work?

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