July 22

Sing a Song

I am a Fine Musician

I am a fine musician, I travel round the world.
(Clap hands.)
I can play my violin, my violin, my violin.
(Extend one arm for violin; move other hand back and forth across arm.)
I can play my violin, fiddle-dee-dee-da.
I am a fine musician, I travel round the world.
(Clap hands.)
I can blow my trumpet, my trumpet, my trumpet. (Hold fist to mouth and blow.)
I can blow my trumpet, toot-toot-toot-toot-toot.
I am a fine musician, I travel round the world.
(Clap hands.)
I can crash my cymbals, my cymbals, my cymbals. (Brush palms of hands up and down against each other.)
I can crash my cymbals, crash-crash-crash-crash-bang.

One More Story

Click here to read today’s book. When you visit this website tomorrow there will be a new book for you to enjoy. Visit your local library to take home a copy of this book or click here to find your local public library. Check here to see what books are coming next or look back on what we’ve read so far this year.

Try This

What in your house can become  a musical instrument? Walk around with your child and see what you can find. You can go outside and look too!

Explore More

  • Knowitall Music – Watch the one minute movie on music, make music, and more!
  • Box Guitar – Need a guitar? Make one from a tissue box and rubber bands!