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1 Multicultural Percussion Set Explore the world in a music lesson with this beautiful basket of instruments. Create cross- curricular links by learning about the instruments in the context of the lives of those who play them. With 20 instruments, there is enough to keep the whole class inspired. Contents include: Wood Shaker, Mini Shekere, Frog Guiro, Wrist/Ankle Shaker, Kalimba, Painted Maraca, Seed Knocker, Cactus Rainstick, Kelele Shaker, Rakatak, Hand Drum, Caxixi, Mini Tingsa, Thunderer, Boing Stick, Painted Shaker, Khartals, Bamboo Guiro, Indian Ankle Bells and Stick Kyamba Shaker. Also includes: Pick Up and Play Cards to show how to play a selection of multi-cultural instruments and a free DVD of Music in the Classroom with music- making ideas. Contents may vary.


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2 Rainbow Steel Pan Create a carnival theme with this mini steel pan painted in the Boomwhacker colours. Challenge your pupils with the unusual note layout. Comes with small steel pan beaters and a stand.


Your class will have lots of fun whilst learning pitch and notation, and this little pan is a great way to introduce primary aged children to the notes of the scale.


Tuned to the key of C major, why not use it alongside your Boomwhackers to create a classroom band? Because the colours match, it’s easy for the children to play along together and transfer between instruments, and because it’s only 30cm diameter, it’s a perfect size for little hands. Comes complete with a pair of specially sized beaters and a stand. 30cm Diameter. Range from C5 to F6. Ages 3yrs+.


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Use the percussion as a sound sorting exercise with instruments that children may not have seen. Sort them into shaking, scraping and beating sounds or wood, metal and skin.


3 Gathering Drum Celebrate, communicate and make a lot of noise! Our MES Gathering Drums will help your pupils participate in learning rhythms together. Use inside or outside to test the sound in different environments. The huge 90cm diameter allows up to eight children to gather round and play. Use hands, sticks or the eight beaters included. Also comes with a zip-up padded case for storage and transportation. Size: H20 x 90cm Diameter.


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Boomwhacker Frame With a set of 8 Boomwhackers on each side, you can play this instrument from both sides - creating opportunities for groups of children to work together to compose, harmonise and improvise notes and rhythms. Size: L91 x H62 x W25cm. Boomwhacker Mallets not included. For ages 3yrs+.


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Key Features 2


n Hand made in Trinidad and Tobago


n Tuned to A-440


n Use with other instruments so the whole class can play together


n No need to read music - simply play by colour


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