DIY Phone Speaker


The best classroom teachers play music throughout the day: slow music to work, brain breaks to break up the day, and more. Maybe I am just saying that because I have always used music in the classroom.    But I really do love using it – and for more than just students.  Sometimes just cranking up your favorite 80’s big hair band playlist while doing lesson plans after school really keep the energy up.  I can’t be the only one who still loves Poison?

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No matter your preference in music, I have a fun way to amplify those fun tunes if you don’t have a portable speaker.  And it uses basic materials you probably have at home or school already!

Grab the following items:

Use washi tape in whatever classroom colors you have on display to decorate the toilet paper roll.

Cut a slit in the top of the roll as wide (or even a little wider) for your phone model.  Add a couple of binder clips to the side as a stand.  Pushpins would work as “legs” too!

Pop in your phone and you will be rocking out with a mini speaker that doesn’t even require power!

 

Now – on to my next portion of my to-do list.  I might need some Poison to help keep me moving – haha!

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