“How Water Comes Into Your House”

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The Music Story “How Water Comes into Your House” is written for Xylophone.  Using the notes of the xylophone with their letter names, the story progresses from raindrops which fall onto the ground, lakes, prairies, all the way to the aqueducts which supply our water through wells and then are piped into our houses.  An alternative method connecting with the rainwater into houses is also described.

Children learn the sequence as it is repeated and more places that rainwater falls are added.

Playing the tones on the xylophone is a fun way to read the music and the story together.

© 2013 Kathryn Hardage    www.MyMusicalMind.com    “I have a musical mind, musical indeed.”–Kacky Muse

So glad to have you here to make music with me today

It is so wonderful to have you here to make music with me today.

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