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Liquid Sounds

Source: Martha Stewart Kids


Xylophones don't have to be built from a row of metal slats that are nailed down. This easy-to-make version relies on just water and glass. Fill some glass jars with water poured in to different levels, and tap along the top or side of each with a rounded mallet. To add visual pizzazz, drop in some food coloring for a rainbow of sounds.

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