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Observing Sound
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  • 1. Activity (animal sounds)
  • 2. buzz
  • 3. tweet
  • 4. moo
  • 5. ruff
  • 6. mew
  • 7. hiss
  • 8. ribit
  • 9. SOUND – is a kind of energy created by objects that vibrate.
  • 10. You produce sound when you stomp your feet.
  • 11. You produce sound when you clap your hands.
  • 12. The whistle will make sound when you blow it.
  • 13. The bell makes a sound when you ring it.
  • 14. Animals make sounds.
  • 15. How can you make each object produce sound?
  • 16. beat the drum
  • 17. blow the whistle
  • 18. Pluck the strings of the guitar
  • 19. shake the maracas
  • 20. play the radio
  • 21. Vibration - is a rapid back and forth movement.
  • 22. The tambourine vibrates when it is played. The air around the tambourine also vibrates.
  • 23. The small part inside your ear called eardrum. Then you hear the sound of the tambourine.
  • 24. How do sounds help you?
  • 25. You get information from sounds. You get information from listening to the radio. You get information from watching television.
  • 26. Some sounds warn you of danger.
  • 27. Sounds help us to sleep
  • 28. Sound is used by many animals to detect danger, warning them of possible attacks before they happen. Dogs can hear sound at a higher frequency than humans, allowing them to hear noises that we can’t.
  • 29. Protect yourself from loud sounds. They can hurt your ears. They can harm your hearing. Don’t listen to very loud sounds.
  • 30. Answer pages 196, 198, 199
  • 31. Quiz # 1 (2nd day)
  • 32. ______ is a rapid back and forth movement. Sound Vibration 1.
  • 33. ______ is a small part inside the ear. ear eardrum 2.
  • 34. You hear a sound when it reaches your ears. true false 3.
  • 35. Sounds move through the air to your ears. true false 4.
  • 36. Sounds warn you from danger. true false 5.
  • 37. Loud sounds can harm your hearing. true false 6.
  • 38. It is good to listen to very loud sounds. true false 6.
  • 39. You can get information from sounds. true false 7.
  • 40. You produce sound when you stomp your feet. true false 8.
  • 41. Animals can make sound. true false 9.
  • 42. What is this object we can use to produce sound? tambourine 10. maracas
  • 43. 3rd day (Sounds activity)
  • 44. Sounds of animals Music instruments Vehicle sound Kinds of noise
  • 45. 4th day (Ear Guitar)

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