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20 Fabulous DIY Musical Games & Instruments To Try This Summer

By Selena Mae |

Stuck for ideas this summer? Music is a natural part of everyday life for toddlers. I watch my little ones dance around to any and everything around them each and every day. Even if we don’t have any music playing. They’ll make up their own songs. They’ll sing to their toys.

Music provides a diverse, happy sensory environment for children, fostering joy and confidence. Exposing our kids to a wide variety of sounds, textures, colours and musical experiences stimulates their brain cells the same way it does us. If no other reason than by providing joy.

Introducing musical games doesn’t have to be pricey or time consuming. I’ve chosen some of my favourite DIY instrument and game ideas to share with you if you think your own little ones would benefit from having more music integrated into their every-day exploring, discovery, learning and play this summer…

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20 Fabulous DIY Musical Games & Instruments For Toddlers

Summer Fun!

Click through for a variety of fun, frugal and easy DIY musical instruments and game ideas for kids >>>

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More Babbles From Selena…

Selena is a crafty, culinary mom. Regular writer here and on Disney Baby. Part-time mischief maker, all the time geek. Proud of her Anishinaabe roots.

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Selena Burgess is crafty, a culinary expert, and a professional wrangler of the toddler variety. When the chaos permits, she writes stories and is addicted to documenting everyday life. Selena is proud of her Anishinaabe roots, and is the type of woman you want to revel (or kvetch) in motherhood with. Read bio and latest posts → Read Selena's latest posts →

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