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Teaching material made of wood, which contains 84 pieces, in which on one side we can see the image of the musical instrument, and on the other side we can see its name.

Some of the pieces contain symbols such as the globe and the Iberian Peninsula + the islands. This is because among the pieces, there are typical instruments from the 5 continents and traditional instruments from all over Spain and, of course, many other instruments representative of different instrumental groups.

With this material you can classify instruments by families, by instrumental groupings, place them on a world map, etc...

These pieces are made with wood that comes from sustainable forests and made in local workshops. complying with the CE regulations established for manipulative and didactic material.

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The Details

  • Weight:

    1.2 kg

  • Material:

    Wood

  • Dimensions:

    25cm x 18cm x 8cm

  • In Stock:

    2

Musical instruments

Instrumental Tips 🎹:

At an early age and during the early childhood education stage, learning the families of instruments and their sounds is achieved through experimentation and movement.

This process consists of 4 progressive steps: Listen, Imitate, Recognize and Reproduce.

From there, throughout this stage, the quality of the Timbre of the sound will be worked on by actively listening to instruments in the environment, from known songs, and manipulating and improvising with them.

At the end of the childhood stage, the little ones will know how to identify the sound of the instruments that they have had at their disposal and that they have manipulated. And all this combined with the other qualities of sound: Rhythm, Duration, Intensity and Height.

During the primary education stage, learning the families of instruments and their sounds is achieved through experimentation, movement, the representation of musical spelling and knowledge of the name of the instruments.

At that time, families of percussion instruments (wood, metal and leather), wind and string instruments (percussion, plucked and bowed) began to be distinguished, auditorily and visually. And they are also capable of classifying them according to the material.

Once they know how to distinguish the different timbres and know how to classify the instruments according to them and their families, instrumental concepts such as orchestra, band, symphony, etc. are introduced...

We must not forget that the way to know and understand musical practice is by manipulating it in an active, intentional and meaningful way.

It is also very important to listen to a lot of music (recorded and better live).

Furthermore, music is one of the main sources of stimulation for little ones, and has an impact on all areas of development, at a cognitive, motor, communicative, affective and social level...

Activities:

This material allows you to learn and play to achieve fundamental instrumental knowledge, to obtain a solid musical foundation.

When the children are little, and do not yet know how to read, we can play visually and aurally to find instruments from a family, to discriminate from a sequence of instruments the one that does not belong to the same family, in combination with the material of Musical Rhythms You can create compositions with the little ones using percussion instruments, which you can then interpret and you can even improvise a family visual memory game, turning the images of different instruments upside down.

For children who already read, apart from the previous activities, we can add learning names and reading them, classifying families by name (more difficult than by image) and enhance the writing process.

There are many activities that can be done and this is a very functional material for them. It also allows self-correction, which is an added motivation.

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