MUS507 Egg Shakers (Set of 2) 3
MUS518 Mini Maracas (Set of 2) 3
MUS508 Triangles 5
MUS512 Wrist Bells (Set of 2) 3
MUS502 Tambourine 2
MUS511 Jingle Sticks with Ribbon 4
MUS514 Handle Castanets 4
MUS516 Finger Symbols (Set of 2) 1
This percussion instrument is perfect for helping children count, go along with a rhythm, or just enjoy as an instrument. Our finger castanets are made from plastic and you receive a pair of castanets as one is required for each hand. The castanet is played with the string hooked over the thumb and the castanets resting on the palm with...
Claves are an important instrument in Cuban music. They are basic pair of short wooden dowels that are used as a percussion instrument to tap out different rhythms. They create a bright clicking noise when struck. Perfect for helping children with counting, developing bi-lateral co-ordination as well as hand-eye co-ordination.
These plastic cluster bells are very pleasing to the eye and the ear. There are 3 bells attached securely to a piece of plastic which is easy to grip and will encourage children to grip, grasp and practice voluntary release. Children have great fun jingling their bells as music plays in the background. Jingle bells, jingle bells jingle all the...
Known as "Zills" in turkish. These are fun props which make a great ringing noise if hit quickly. Just place one steel cymbals on your thumb and the other on another finger and then hit together to make a delightful ring. Fun music making as well as developing hand strength and control at the same time.
Your little one will feel like he is in the marching band with these clashing cymbals in hand. Made from durable steel, this pair of hand cymbals create a lovely ring when clashed against each other. Help your child develop rythm, bilateral co-ordination, hand-eye co-ordination and shoulder and arm strength as they play.
Wooden hand drum with diameter of 20cm. Hand drums are found throughout the world and are easy to play. You can play your hand drum by holding it out in front of you with one hand and striking the drum with the other, or you can rest the outer edge of the frame on your knees and play it with...