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Engineering Challenge: Can you design and create a rain stick that sounds like a real rainstorm? Materials: (per classroom) Empty paper towel rolls or empty toilet paper rolls Scissors and tape (clear and/or duct tape) Beans and rice Small nails and hammers Aluminum foil spirals (fold and roll th
A rainstick is a long, mainly hollow tube that makes a quiet sound when tilted from side to side. Originally made of dried lengths of the chola cactus, this pdf shares background information on the instrument and a simple, recycled craft, safe for kids of all abilities and all ages. Make a rainsti
Rain Stick STEAM Great to use with a weather or Native American unit. Are you trying to incorporate STEAM (STEM) into your classroom that is perfect for little learners? Do you need a quick, easy, minimal prep way to do it? ★ Teacher directions with 1-2 Day lesson plans! ★ 3 Printable record
Take a look at this fun rain stick artwork! This is perfect for you percussion instrument or African instrument collection. In this file:• 3 Black and White Images, 300 dpi• 6 Color rain stick images, 300 dpiFor personal or commercial use. See the terms of use here.________________________________
This is a 53 page pottery PowerPoint showing how to make a Rain Stick that will make a beautiful chiming sound. Every rain stick will sound different.This presentation takes you in detail, step-by-step through the pottery making process using photographs on each page. Please see preview for a demo
Perfect for K-5 learning about Real World Math and Engineering! This Rain Stick STEM / STEAM Challenges is perfect for summer – or any time of the year! Students work with a budget to build a rain stick that is designed for realistic sound. You can choose to run the challenge as a single 20-30 min
The Lesson Lady presents Make Your Own Rainstick Lesson! This PowerPoint presentation will teach your students the steps to make their own rain stick in class from start to finish. I have found that students of all ages, even high school students, have a wonderful time making a rainstick in class.
Make a rain stick for yourself using a poster tube and learn how you can have your students make their own. This rain stick is very easy to make and it will last you a very long time.
Visual materials list and instructions on how to make your own rain stick at home!
A guide on how to use a paper towel tube, toothpicks, and rice to make the sound of rain with this rainstick. You can pain it or use some paper mache to decorate it afterwards. For a longer rainstick try a gift wrap tube. ALWAYS make a sample first, so you understand what difficulties the students m
This PowerPoint presentation contains 78 slides and close to 100 images of rainsticks, and how they’re made. The presentation takes a look at how authentic cactus rainsticks are made commercially, as well as a variety of home-made versions. You will also learn how to create your own “authentic loo
My students love to read procedural text during our guided reading groups! This product includes one procedural text written at THREE different levels! This allows you to differentiate within your classroom. Students can receive the book that works best for their individual reading needs. The boo
Rainsticks are a fun and inexpensive way to help children learn valuable self-regulations skills. They help children learn a way to settle their minds whenever they feel stressed, upset, worried, or frustrated. There are a variety of ways to create rainsticks, and in this freebie are two different m
This video clip is a tutorial on how to make a panpipe and rainstick with simple "at home" products. The instruments you make in this clip can be used to make percussive music along with our virtual music class tutorials.
Song Sticks- Bundle 1This resource includes 48 song circles to be cut out, laminated and stuck on to paddle pop sticks in order to choose or show what song will be sung next. These can be put into a jar and displayed in the room or pulled out when it is time to do some singing in order to sing a ran
This song is also included in: Songs and Games to Teach Ta and Titi {Bundle} Rain Rain Go Away is a fun folk song to use while preparing, presenting or practicing ta and titi. Slides included: Lyrics Tap the beat- Beat Icons Tap the beat - Heartbeat Clap the way the words go - rhythm icons Do the
DIRECTIONSYou will need the following:•A pocket cart•Scissors•A Printer•Glue Stick for every student•A Permanent marker/ marking systemThere are three different color options for the challenge posters with either a script or printed font:teallime greengrayGive every student a glue stick, make sure
Growth Mindset This resource is a collaborative growth mindset activity for small groups in your classroom. Each page contains a different question about growth mindset (specifically, what students can say instead of fixed mindset phrases), spaces for them to include their individual answers (on s
Nursery Rhymes 11 nursery rhymes Puppet sticks to go with each rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle It’s Raining it’s Pouring Little Bo Peep Mary Mary Quite Contrary Old Mother Hubbard Queen of Hearts Rock a Bye Baby Rub a Dub Dub Simple Simon Sing a Song of Sixpence There Was a Crooked Man Nursery Rhymes Nur
Our Everyday Stick Kids collection includes 22 graphics 11 color 11 black & white Graphics come in PNG format 300 dpi. My graphics are suitable for printing and digital projects and can be easily re-sized smaller to suit other needs, graphics measure up to approx 7". Original Artwork by Scrap
Rain RainA song for teaching long/short, ta/titi, high/low or sol/mi. A great song for:-prepare, present and practice high/low-prepare, present, practice "sol" and "mi"-prepare, present and practice long/short-prepare, present and practice ta/titiRhythm Slides- beat slides- slides to present terms t
This is a fun project to go with the story Mushroom in the Rain. Here are the instructions and tips to have a successful project. Using a glue stick works better. Glue gets too messy and produces wrinkles on the paper for younger students who usually apply too much. Don't forget to cut backgroun
Description: The aim of this kit is to help the students understand the structure of the tropical rainforest. They will read, use technology, color, cut, paste, and write to do so. Flipped learning and student centered learning are the core of this unit. Contents: • An activity booklet for the stude
Rain Forest Adapted Book and Vocabulary Activities The Rain Forest Adapted Book (Interactive Book) teaches rain forest themed vocabulary and concepts through simple rhyme and interactive matching pieces. These Rain Forest Adapted Book and Vocabulary Activities have now been UPDATED! This downlo

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