This chapter provides an introduction to projects and tools for exploring the creative dimensions of new media with primary pupils. It begins with an introduction to creative musicianship with new media, followed by an overview of tools for creating and being creative with new media. These tools are discussed in the context of practical projects and creative strategies for teacher and pupil exploration within primary classrooms. The chapter focuses on a mobile app for Apple's iDevices – the application Singing Fingers, which enables children to 'finger paint in sound' connecting physical gesture, drawing and sound. It also focuses on creative performing, improvising and composing experiences with the Scratch multimedia programming environment created by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. New media musicianship is a broad collection of creative musical practices where video, images and sounds are interactively used as the medium for musical expression.