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Plastic Rainsticks

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Filled with colourful beads, these plastic rainsticks mimic the serene sound of falling rain.
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Technical Summary


Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Vibrant Sound Creation

These visually appealing rainsticks, filled with colourful beads, create captivating sounds that closely mimic rainfall, offering a pleasing auditory experience.

Durable Material

Made from sturdy plastic, these rainsticks are built to withstand the rigours of active classroom use, ensuring longevity and ongoing educational value.

Enhances Musical Skills

These rainsticks are designed for use in musical activities during Key Stage 2, supporting group and solo performances.

Creative Music Composition

Facilitating musical experimentation, this tool is integral for introducing Key Stage 1 and 2 children to the basics of music composition.

Key Stage 2 Curriculum Support

Aligned with the Key Stage 2 music curriculum, these rainsticks are well-suited for aiding performance techniques in music classes.

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Plastic Rainsticks

Filled with colourful beads, these plastic rainsticks mimic the serene sound of falling rain.


  • A transformative resource for music education, these plastic rainsticks filled with vibrant beads create the authentic sound of rainfall. This intriguing auditory experience can enhance sensory awareness and promote creativity among children in primary schools.

  • Incorporating these instruments into music classes allows children to explore rhythm and sound dynamics uniquely. They serve as an excellent tool for teaching the interrelated dimensions of music by allowing children to control the volume and speed of the sound by tilting the rainstick.

  • Suitable for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, these rainsticks aid in the comprehension of musical improvisation and composition. They also encourage group cooperation during performances, helping children develop social and musical skills simultaneously.

Supports the National Curriculum

Music, Key Stage 2

Improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the interrelated dimensions of music.

Music, Key Stage 2

Play and perform in solo and ensemble contexts, using their voices and playing musical instruments with increasing accuracy, fluency, control and expression.

Music, Key Stage 1

Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the interrelated dimensions of music.

Technical Summary



  • Plastic

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years