December brought music to everyone's ears in Sandra Frank and Carrie Sayler's second grade classroom at Liverpool Elementary as the students made instruments as part of an annual Math, Science and Technology project.
The children took great pride in planning, designing and playing their instruments, which were made out of products you might find at home, such as tissue boxes and paper towel rolls. The future engineers planned their design out on paper, built it and critiqued the outcome.
Many projects started and ended as a project for the whole family. Instruments varied from a harpsichord, violin, flute and guitar. Honorable mention went to the drum - every parent's favorite.
Once the instruments were completed, the whole class was transformed into a band.
"The performance belonged either on YouTube or America's Funniest Videos," said LE Principal Bill Mugridge. "Either way all had a great time."