- Make a list of springtime sounds (i.e., rain on the window sill, birds chirping, frogs croaking, bees buzzing, etc.).
- Identify things in your home that might imitate these sounds (i.e., wind chimes, dripping faucet, snapping, etc.).
- Record sounds of each instrument playing simultaneously on a personal recording device.
- Play it back to hear the sounds of Spring.
This activity promotes cognitive processing, autonomy and relaxing sounds for listening to springtime all year.
All activities should be supervised by an adult.