In This week’s The Sound of Music Crafting Corner, The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization partnered with Liz Stanley of Say Yes to create a fun and educational music activity for children of all ages to enjoy! All you need are a few glass bottles and food coloring to teach children about music, science, and color theory – all while playing the fun tune “Do-Re-Mi” from The Sound of Music.
Over the last 60 years, The Sound of Music has filled hearts, theaters, and homes with warmth, laughter and cheer. The newly launched “The Sound of Music Crafting Corner” is an online resource that features a variety of crafts and activities created by influential fans of The Sound of Music. Through music activities and various crafts, The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization is encouraging families to create and have fun together during this time.
Looking to indulge in even more The Sound of Music fun this week? Check out Studio DIY’s tutorial on creating goat marionettes and a guitar out of household items, Lovely Indeed’s tutorial on how to create a colorful homemade xylophone out of PVC pipe, or – for those looking for quick and easy activities – check out these The Sound of Music coloring sheets.
Of course all of these activities are best enjoyed while the family is gathered together to watch the classic film!