Happy National Piano Month! To celebrate this September, why not spend some time making some easy art projects for kids that will add some pizazz to your music room? Crafting together is a great way to bond with your kids and get them interested in learning more about making music on the piano. It’s a win-win!
For even more fun, try using decorative folding paper with interesting patterns and colors!
Kids love making fun finger puppets, and these kid-tested favorites from Spoonful pack a hidden piano lesson. Just like the ninja and the ballerina move on the tips of their toes, your little one will slip these puppets on and learn to play piano using just the tips of their fingers.
Sheet Music Candles
These simple candles would look lovely on top of your piano or on a shelf in your music room. Plus, they’re super easy to make! Check out the tutorial on Can’t Stop Making Things.
Kit Kat Piano Cake
If you’re celebrating a September birthday, a piano recital, or just back-to-school, this Kit Kat piano cake is adorable, delicious, and fun to make! Learn how it’s done on Posed Perfection.
Use old sheet music to make a recycled paper card! The example above is a Father’s Day card idea from Crafting a Green World, but you can use this concept to make a card for anyone. If your child has a piano teacher, have them make this card for their teacher to celebrate National Piano Month.
Cereal Box Grand Piano
If you have an empty cereal box laying around, you’re halfway to having your own mini grand piano. Check out this tutorial from Hobbies on a Budget to learn more about this easy art project, and then get crafting!
What do you think? Which of these easy art projects for kids are you going to try? Let us know in the comments below!