Regents' Center for Early Developmental Education

Exploring Physics of Sound through Musical Instrument Making

A great way to learn about the physics of sound is through experimenting with making musical instruments. Using everyday objects such as tin cans and rubber bands, children learn how to control different aspects of sound such as pitch, loudness, timbre, and duration. Participants will experience making their own musical instruments and will learn how to foster children's interest, experimentation, and cooperation.

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Limited to 24 participants (3 hours)