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Teaching sound vibrations for preschoolers is one of the most creative ways to keep the kids’ minds engaged. It’s no doubt that babies and toddlers love cause and effect. When you shake a rattle, and the kids hear the sound, you’ll see them smiling. When you bang a table and produce noise, your baby will want to do the same. Kids love the sound.

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Since preschoolers love cause and effect, you can get creative by teaching them about sound vibrations through music. It helps them learn how to listen carefully and pay attention to the things happening around them. There are many musical instruments with different sound vibrations that can make learning more fun.

Here is how to teach preschoolers about sound vibrations.

Feel the Music

Music makes preschoolers smarter. You can introduce your child to musical instruments like the guitar. Strum the guitar strings and allow them to touch them. The music will stop, and they should notice that. Let them know that the guitar produces sound due to the vibrating strings. And touching the strings will stop the vibrations, ending sound.

Music Massage

Music massage helps preschoolers learn how vibrations feel on their bodies. Let the kid sit and gently hit a drum. Place the vibrating drum close to their head. They will feel the vibrations coming from the drum. When you strike the drum with a stick, it will vibrate very fast, moving the air around it. The preschooler will feel the sound waves.

Pom Pom Dance

While it’s easy for kids to feel the vibrations produced by a drum, they can’t easily see the vibrations. To demonstrate the beats, place a few pom-poms on the drum and strike it gently. The pom-poms will be bouncing up and down to the sound. Also, you can place a speaker under the drum head to amplify the sound produced by vibrations.

Introducing Your Little Ones to Sound Vibrations

With sound vibrations, preschoolers can quickly learn the relationship between cause and effect. You can use musical instruments like the guitar or drum to demonstrate how they produce sound vibrations when hit. That will give them a visual understanding of how to create sound using musical instruments, helping them learn and have fun.

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