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Make Finger Cymbals from Recycled Materials

Let kids have fun and Make Finger Cymbals from Recycled Materials. This craft is inexpensive and allows all the kids to participate in rhythm exercises in music classes.  This craft also teaches kids to recycle and use all kinds of discarded materials for craft supplies.

Trivia: Cymbals are percussion instruments consisting of plate-shaped discs made metal with leather handles.

Supplies

Two Metal Baby Food Jar Caps
Craft Foam Scraps
Stickers
Scissors
Hot Glue and Adult to Help

Instructions

Cut two 1-7/8" circles out of foam. Glue them to the inside of the baby food jar caps.

Cut a strip of foam 4-1/2" x 7/8". Glue into a loop and glue the loop inside a cap. This will slide on to two fingers.

Cut a strip of foam 3-1/2" x 7/8". Glue into a loop and glue the loop inside the other cap. This will slide on to your thumb.

Decorate with stickers. To use, slide them onto your thumb and fingers and click together.

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Early Elementary Craft, Music Crafts, Recycled Containers and Lids

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