Do your students love music? Then, this Letter G Guitar Craft will hit all the right notes! My students and I love listening to a lot of different songs throughout the day. We use music during our transitions and in many of our lessons. No matter what’s going on, music has a way of just making everything a little bit better too.
Kids often hear music but don’t really know what instruments are making the music. Get out your CD player and throw on a song that has a guitar feature or solo. Let your child hear the sounds it makes and dance around to the beat. Watch their eyes light up as they hear the tunes. Once they get excited to learn all about the guitar, follow that excitement up with this fun guitar craft. That way, they’ve heard the sounds it makes, danced to the music, and finished up the learning lesson by creating their own play guitar that they can spend the day strumming away on!
How To Make A Letter G Guitar Craft:
- Letter G and Guitar Templates
- Craft Foam
- Black Marker
- Paper or Card Stock
To prepare for this activity, download the letter G and guitar templates (click on the pencil below) and print them onto paper or card stock. Next, cut the letter templates out. If you are making these with a group of children, you may want to make a few letter templates. I usually make one or two per table so the students can take turns and share.
How To Make:
To begin the activity, your students will trace the letter G onto a piece of craft foam and cut it out. They will then trace the guitar template onto craft foam and cut out all of the pieces.
After cutting the pieces out of the craft foam, your students will glue the pieces of the guitar together.
Next, your students will glue the guitar to the letter G.
Finally, your students will use a black marker to add detail to the guitar such as the tuners and strings.
Your students are sure to have fun creating this Letter G Guitar Craft while listening to music and learning all about the letter G and the sounds it makes!
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