Make sound with water - add food coloring or liquid water paint to a pitcher of water & pour different amount to tall glass vases. Have little one tap each vase to see the different sounds. Use same color in each vase so little one learns it is the amount of water that changes the sound.
Sing the song while passing the letter bag. When the song stops have the child reach in the bag, pull out a letter and name it, produce the sound, or come up with a word with the same beginning sound. (Could do this with numbers, colors, shapes, or words too)
Musical 'island' comprising four different 'instruments' in one. Whether playing the scraper across the sun rays to create ringing tones, or using a beater to locate different pitches of chimes, there is something for everybody in this splendid sound station. Music Station is treated against wet/dry rot and insect attack and has a permanent all-weather design.
DIY rain stick sensory bottle. Rain sticks are fun for the youngest baby all the way to adults! Not only do they sound very soothing, they are fun to watch the grains trickle down as you turn them over. This is a great project just for the sensory aspect in and of i