Category: Little Rock Kids Activities

How to Make An Origami Piano

How to make an origami piano

How to Make An Origami Piano


Learn how to make this origami piano in this step by step tutorial you can learn how to make an origami piano!

Step 1. Get a sheet of square origami paper for your piano.

We chose to use blue origami paper for our piano. You can buy origami paper online or at your local hobby/craft store.

Step 2. Fold the paper in half lengthwise.

Take your origami paper and fold it in half lengthwise.

Step 3. Make 2 Houses

By taking the top layer of the folded paper, fold the corner back where it looks like a house with roof. Make one of these on each side.

Step 4. Fold up the middle of the two houses.

In the center of your two houses will be a place you can fold that paper upwards to the top.

Step 5. Fold in each side

After you complete step 4, fold both the left and right edges to the inside.

Step 6. Fold the outside edges back out.

Fold your edges out back slightly.

Step 7. Press the folded side in and tape them.

That’s it! You did it. Now to finish the piano by adding keys.

Finishing Up.

How to make an origami piano

Finish your piano by drawing piano keys on it with a black marker. You can also choose to use different colored paper than was chosen here! Have fun making your piano!


Starting Children In Guitar Lessons

Starting children in guitar lessons is something that we get a lot here at the studio.

In today’s pop culture, lots of children are seeing their favorite pop stars playing the guitar. Before you start your child in guitar lessons, here a few things you need to know.

Children learn differently than adults

Finding the right teacher for your child will be the first step in ensuring the success at learning to play guitar. Find one that has experience with children, and that your child enjoys taking lessons from. The student/teacher relationship is an important one, and if your child has a hard time understanding the teaching methods of their guitar teacher, or the personalities don’t match, then the student will less likely enjoy lessons.

Mr. Adams, the guitar teacher associated with us, has a Masters Degree in Education, and has been teaching in the public school system for many years.

Children need positive reinforcement, and achievement recognition

Taking guitar lessons should be an engaging way for your child to get positive reinforcement when they’ve got in some good practice before their lesson.  Find a teacher that recognizes that, and your child will be more excited to practice.

Children need guitars that will be best suited for them

Just like not all guitar teachers are the same, the instruments themselves aren’t either.  If you have an old guitar stuffed away in the closet, it might be too big for your child to comfortably play, so check with your teacher on the best options for guitars for children. Dogtown Sound is a great instrument store in North Little Rock to get a start on shopping local. Don’t always trust what you find online. Guitars need special setting up for making playing easier.

Now that you know just few things you need for your child to get started in guitar lessons, we’d like to invite you to reach out to Mr. Adams, and learn more about getting your child started! He can be contacted directly at (501)416-3594


Things for Kids to Do In Little Rock-Kids Karaoke Night


Things for Kids to do In Little Rock

Kids Karaoke Nights!

Park Hill Performing Arts Academy located at 3720 JFK Blvd hosts a Kids Karaoke Night if you are looking for things kids to do in Little Rock!

The first Saturday of every month, you can bring your child age 5 to 12 from 6 to 8 pm to enjoy a night out for yourself, and let the kids have some fun!

The event will last 2 hours and is the perfect opportunity for you to get some you-time, shopping time, have a date night, or just relax!

Register today by clicking here now!