“As the trend shifts from offline to online learning due to the pandemic situation, it’s time to get advanced and get comfortable with the virtual world,” says Thomas Salzano, a popular musician and a blogger.
Especially for kids, such a virtual session is interesting and quite engaging. This is one of the best ways to introduce your kids to music when they are stuck at home due to the pandemic.
These days the concept of virtual instruments is trending that some of you may not be aware of. Here is a list of virtual instruments shared by Thomas Salzano that are more accessible for students with special needs. Let’s go through the list of virtual instruments:
- Chrome Music Lab Rhythm
- Music K-8 Virtual BoomWhackers
- MakeyMakey Bongos
- Google Cretability Keyword
- Google Doodle Mbira
- Google Doodle Moog Synthesizer
- Virtual Theremin
- Chrome Music Lab Chords
There are many apps available that allow you to play musical instruments virtually that you can engage your kids with. They can play virtual guitar, Piano, virtual drums, Panflute, etc.
Thomas Salzano says these virtual music sessions can build interest in music and engage your child in creative activities.