How to Make Music With Empty Soda Pop Bottles

Want to encourage your kids to create music with stuff you have at home?

Have some extra soda pop bottles?

Discover how you can make music using soda pop bottles.

It’s amazing what beautiful music you can make just by adding water to bottles you find around the house.

In this article I will show you how to use kitchen science to create your own musical band.

Want to make an easy but accurate musical instrument with your kids? Grab a drink and make beautiful pop bottle music by adding water to the bottles you used.

Why Make Pop Bottle Music?

Music is such an important part of your kids’ development. Music encourages creativity and imagination, whether you’re playing music, singing, dancing or just listening.

It’s a fun family activity! Make pop bottle music together as a band. Or take turns “composing” songs. Then teach them to each other.

Plus, pop bottle music is an excellent science project for anyone who also has a fondness for the arts.



How to Add Instant Music Fun to Any Family Activity

Do your kids like to listen to music?

Want to get your family dancing on a regular basis?

Gather up your family’s favorite songs for different occasions. It’s a simple way to serve up a big helping of instant music fun and energy.

Turn on the music. You and your family will have a blast!

In this article I’ll show you how to make a playlist of songs that are special to your family and I’ll share several fun, active ways to enjoy the music with your kids.

Create a custom playlist (or several) with your kids to amp up any event and make musical memories with special songs your family loves.

Why Set the Mood With Music?

There’s no better way to shake off the day and switch gears into family time than to blast your family’s favorite tunes.

When you make a playlist, you put all of your favorite songs together in one place and can combine songs to fit a mood, activity or person. Adding music you love to any activity is a great way to make family time even more fun or to make the most of the mundane.

Use music to have fun with your kids. You’ll be surprised by the instant burst of energy you get from it!


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