Objective: The purpose of this study is to develop a music making program that utilizes the characteristics of the picture books medium through the ADDIE model sothat teachers can easily apply it to children, and to determine whether it affects children's musical aptitude and music creativity.
Methods: The Participants of the study were 42 five-year-old children attending a daycare in Seoul, of which 20 were in the experimental group and 22 in the comparative group.
The experimental group participated in a music production program using picture books, and during the same period,the comparison group participated in music activities suggested by the Nuri Course. Using the SPSS 22.0 program, average, standard deviation,independent sampling t-test, and ANCOVA(Analysis of Covariance) were calculated.
Results: The music making program using picture books improved children's rhythm and tone which are the sub-items of music aptitude.
The music making program enhanced children's music flexibility, music creativity, music logic which are the sub-items of music creativity.
Conclusion/Implications: The music making program presented systemic teachinglearning method with which teachers explained the modeling and practiced from simple activitiesto various activities repeatedly in order to make teachers approach music making more easily. It is recommendable to make the music making program by using I-pad and computers.