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Appalachian Musical Playground at ACPC

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By Laura Marcum, Music Teacher
Adair County Primary Center

Students at the Adair County Primary Center recently participated in an Appalachian Musical Playground. Students had been studying about the Appalachian Mountains, the people, instruments, and traditional dance styles.

During the Appalachian Playground, students were able to move around to different stations and play with musical spoons, a washboard, guitar, dulcimer, homemade bass, and a Limberjack doll. They also were able to examine a bear skin and try out flat-foot dancing. A good time was had by all!



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Bearskins and Limberjacks at Appalachian Musical Playground



2018-02-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Laura Marcum.
Gavin Giles, RyAnna Hale, Gracie Burton, and Landyn Coomer play with the Limberjack Doll and examine the bear skin during the Appalachian Musical Playground. They are from Mrs. Tonya Feese's Class. - Laura Marcum

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Playing the homemade bass



2018-02-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Laura Marcum.
Nathaniel Burton, Patrick Oliver, and Alex Janes play the homemade bass during the Appalachian Musical Playground.

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Maddie Burns plays the dulcimer



2018-02-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Laura Marcum.
Maddie Burns plays with the dulcimer during the Appalachian Musical Playground.

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