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Glove bagpipes

 
Such fun! Kids will love these glove bagpipes. Teach them to play different notes and make up a band with their friends. They’ll learn about music and rhythm, perseverance, concentration and hand-eye co-ordination skills.
Such fun! Kids will love these glove bagpipes. Teach them to play different notes and make up a band with their friends.

They’ll learn about music and rhythm, perseverance, concentration and hand-eye co-ordination skills.


What you will need

 
  • Long cardboard tube
  • Disposable rubber glove
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Long drinking straw
  • Coloured paper
 

6 Easy steps


1. Decorate your cardboard tube with coloured paper and stickers.

2. Place the rubber glove a quarter of the way over the cardboard tube.

3. Tape the glove tightly around the tube so no air can escape.

4. Cut a very small hole in the middle finger and insert the straw.

5. Tape the rubber glove tightly around the straw so no air can escape.

6. Hold the tube in one hand and blow really hard into the straw whilst moving the tube up and down. The  glove needs to be really tight against the tube when you blow in order to make a sound.
 

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Source: This article has been written by Creators, a nationwide service offering quality home-based care and education. Creators are passionate about seeing every child’s unique talent being recognized and nurtured.
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