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Up-cycling: Turning Junk into Musical Instruments From Africa to America

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Up-cycling: Turning Junk into Musical Instruments From Africa to America

Description

Up-cycling: Turning Junk into Musical Instruments From Africa to America is an interactive assembly that challenges students to use recycled materials to make folk instruments. Using the STEM engineering design model as a guide, Curtis performs on a variety of instruments made of “up-cycled” materials. Students discuss responsible green practices and how to use discarded items to create musical instruments as people have done throughout history.

Testimonials

"Curtis had a great rapport, energy, and enthusiasm, and a love for his subject."

Jane, Teacher, Gilman School Lower

"What a kind and wonderful person Curtis Blues is! He has so much valuable information for the kids to learn. He kept the children so engaged while learning!"

Tammy, PTA, Bodkin Elementary

"Curtis made a history lesson come alive with music!"

Elaine, Sharp Leadenhall