*We drew pictures of skeletons on black paper with white chalk to create our own 'x-rays.' (I love that his skeleton has a smile!)
*We played a version of our Mystery Bag Game, but we pretended that we using our hands like an x-ray machine to figure out what was inside the bag, even though we couldn't see it.
*We made a water-glass xylophone and filled each cup with a different level of water. We added food colouring to make it pretty, and then we tested out the sounds and arranged them from lowest to highest.
*We made a paper xylophone craft. We coloured then cut out, then glued the bars from smallest to biggest.
*We listened to xylophones on YouTube.
*One disappointment we had was that we weren't able to find a book about xylophones at our library. So rather than have a true xylophone book, we just read some of our alphabet books we had on hand, which uniformly featured a xylophone at X.