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Are you looking for unique ways to incorporate music education into your child’s daily life? Check out these awesome activities and resources for at-home music lessons to get their minds and bodies flowing.

Introduce your little ones to new types of music and get their feet moving and toes tapping! Follow these activity instructions from the Children’s Museum of Manhattan to make your very own tap shoes and tap along to a variety of music.

Foster a love for art and music with this creative musical drawing project from the Children’s Museum of the Arts. Paper, drawing utensils, and an awesome playlist is all you’ll need for this activity – so get drawing and let the creativity flow!

Get the family together and write your own blues song! With the help of these instructions provided by the i.d.e.a Museum, all you need is a blues track, pen and paper, and your imagination to write a blues song together.

Stay tuned for more resources to help spark kids’ creative learning!

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