Thursday, May 23, 2013

4 Music Games for Toddlers & Preschoolers {Music Activities for Kids}

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Since I am a piano teacher, it's not surprising that I love sharing my love for music with my kids. So I have been introducing them to music from the day they were born. As they grow older, I continue to provide a variety of hands-on music themed activities for them to encourage them to learn about music theory, instruments, and more.

These four music games for toddlers and preschoolers are simple ways to play and learn about music, colors, math, and more!

4 Music Games for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Matching, counting, drawing, sorting, all while learning about music. Can it possibly get any better? I don't think so! This four music games for little ones are the perfect way to work on those skills while introducing them to musical concepts like reading music and learning about instruments.

All four games are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers, but can be easily adapted for older children. In addition, all four games use simple materials and require little time to set up.

  1. Music Matching Game
  2. Coloring Matching Xylophone
  3. Grand Staff Game
  4. It's A Guitar String Thing!

Other Ideas You'll Love

This post is part of a music series called Music Fun for Your Little One. Here are some other ideas from the series:

Giant Chalk Keyboard {And Next Comes L}
Homemade Rainbow Xylophone {And Next Comes L}
Musical Hide and Seek {And Next Comes L}
Music Themed Sensory Bin {And Next Comes L}
Piano Quiet Book Page {And Next Comes L}