Movement comes naturally to young children exploring the world of music. With the right props and instruments, a music educator can unlock a budding musician’s talent. Lummi sticks in particular should be a staple in every classroom. These simple-looking, cylinder shaped sticks can strike together and make a distinct sound. Often used as a way to build hand-eye coordination skills, children must keep a steady beat to experience successful rhythm with Lummi sticks. Music instructors can use these sticks during a lesson plan or as an option during free time with musical instruments.
Named after Lummi Native Americans, the sticks often make an appearance during elementary school years in the United States. West Music produces Lummi sticks without paint, keeping the safety of curious kids in mind. Sold in a variety of pairs and lengths, from six to 10 inches, West Music is proud to offer these for any interested parent or teacher!