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Do you have a budding musical artist at home? Do you want to develop your child’s interest in music? Well, look no further. Read our post below for some lovely xylophone coloring pages.

The xylophone is a percussion instrument that has wooden bars stuck together. Originated in Asia and Africa, the xylophone is popular in bands and orchestras. Several different types of xylophones have emerged since the creation of the first xylophone. Today, we’ll learn about some of the varieties of xylophones through the coloring pages.

10 Loving Xylophone Coloring Pages Your Child Will Love:

1. Xylophone:

This coloring page features a large xylophone to color. A xylophone is an ancient musical instrument and has a complicated past. People say that the xylophones evolved from the mallet instruments. We don’t know when and where xylophones originated, but there is no denying that xylophones are one of the most refined musical instruments. Tell your tot to add some color to this picture and bring this musical instrument to life.

2. Amadinda:

Here’s Amadinda xylophone coloring page. Amadinda originated in Uganda as a 22 key instrument but later reduced to 12 keys. The keys of Amadinda xylophone are much larger than the keys of Akaninda or any other type of xylophone. The Amadinda could only be played at the Royal Court during the events.

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3. X Is For Xylophone:

Help your toddler learn to write the letter X with our X for the xylophone coloring sheet. The coloring page will help him recognize the uppercase and lowercase X. Tell your child to color the letter X and the little boy playing the xylophone. You can also cut out diagram for playing spelling and memory games. It will give your child’s vocabulary a significant boost.

4. Toy Xylophone:

This coloring page shows little hands playing a toy xylophone. A toy xylophone is great for tots who are learning to play music. These toys are not very heavy, so children can easily carry the toy xylophones to their music classes. Your child will exercise his thinking skills while deciding which color to use for this xylophone.

5. X For Xylophone And X-Mas:

Here is a fun way to acquaint your child with words starting with the letter X and improve his vocabulary. The coloring page states X if for xylophone and X-Mas. The coloring page will help your child recognize the shape and sound of X and learn the spelling of xylophone. The xylophone color page will also have your child color a magnificent Christmas scene.

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6. Red Coat Marching Band Xylophone:

This xylophone of the famous Redcoat Marching Band. The Redcoat marching band is one of the elite collegiate marching bands of America. It plays music for the college football tournaments. The band had just 23 members in 1905 initially but is 430 members strong now.

7. Balafon:

The xylophone coloring sheet features a Balafon. The balafon is a 21 key xylophone that originated in Western Africa. There are two types of balafon- fixed balafon and free keys balafon. In the fixed key balafon, the leather straps hold the keys from a wooden frame. The key free balafon, as the name suggest, has no frame.

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8. Embaire:

The embaire is a 21 key xylophone that originates in Eastern Africa. It requires at least six people to play embaire, three on each side of the xylophone. A unique feature of Embaire is that its keys are at the end of the bar, and not in the center. You can also tell your child to count the keys on the xylophone..

9. Two Rowed Xylophone:

Here is a coloring image of a two-rowed xylophone. Albert Roth introduced this xylophone in 1886. It is also renowned as the orchestral xylophone because it became a part of theater performances and orchestra soon after its creation.

10. Khmer:

Khmer is an eight key xylophone that originated in Cambodia. It has wooden bars suspended on a string. Another name of Khmer is roneat. The two main variants of Khmer are roneat ek and roneat thung. The roneat ek is a high-pitched xylophone, and the roneat thung is a low pitched xylophone.

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Our coloring pages of xylophone are perfect for kids who love playing musical instruments. You can also print these coloring pages. To get the best printing results, adjust the page size and setup in the print preview menu before printing. Don’t forget to give us feedback on the xylophone coloring pages by commenting below.

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