There are 3 inquiry based sound experiments that teach how sound is produced and how sound travels with just a few supplies.
All 3 experiments utilize the same supplies, you just add and take away a few things each time. Our students LOVED these experiments and enjoy the lab sheets that guide them
Very easy to follow multiple choice for questions 1-9
#10 asked the students to answer the question "In your own words explain how sound travels "
Worked really good in my 6th grade classes
This is a sheet for the lower grades or a way to differentiate for inclusion classes by simply removing the
This lesson is included at a discount in our Complete 1st Grade NGSS Physical Science Unit.You can also get this lesson in the 1st Grade NGSS Sound STEM UnitWhat's Included in this Product:-1st Grade Light Word Wall Vocabulary Words with Picture support-Focus Question & Vocabulary-Step-by-Step l
This product was designed to help students realize that light and sound travel from one source to a receptor as waves.It was made following the Next Generation Science Standards:1-PS4 Waves and their Applications in Technologies for Information Transfer4-PS4 Waves and their Applications in Technolog
Help your students understand how sound travels with these guided notes (includes answer key!), mini-experiment, and a fun interactive notebook activity that you can use to check for understanding. This is part of my larger unit on Sound. This resource includes:1. Guided notes with answer keys2.
In this lesson plan, students will learn about how sound travels. The key facts they will explore are: sound is transmitted from one place to another, sound travels in all directions, sound travels through materials, and can be blocked, sound travels slower than light and sound is like a wave. Ec
In this brief, I give a quick and simple explanation of how sound travels, using the analogy of dominos. The video also looks at how sound travels faster through more dense materials, and in the second half of the video, talks about why sound can't travel through space, again, using the domino anal
Use this mini reader to reinforce vocabulary and important concepts essential to students' understanding of the Next Generation Science Standard 1-PS4-1. The reader is grade-level appropriate, integrated with 1st grade science topics to get them understanding sound as vibration, and is full of pictu
Test how sound moves through solids like tables and walls. Compare sound moving through the air to moving through solids. Challenge your friends to see how far you can detect sound moving through walls. This activity requires no special equipment beyond meter sticks or measuring tapes. Questions Ans
This 2 page lecture assist includes details of how sound waves work and how they can be heard. The description is easily taught and easily understood by all ages. I use this in my high school IPC as well as Physics courses. Also good for middle school sciences. This description of waves will not be
This lab will get kids banging metal clothes hangers on a counter and listening closely as the sound is propagated to their ears through thread, wire, and air. Which medium transmits the sound the best? This lab is quick, fun, and ties density and conduction into sound wave transmittance.*This lab
This unit on Energy provides information and activities based on the concept "sound travels at different speeds through different materials." The unit includes directions, two reproducible activity pages, and activities to listen for sounds of a bouncing ball and explore sounds of items dropped on
June FREEBIE FRIDAY #2! This is a way to get your kiddos up and moving, reviewing their sounds, and have fun!
Directions are included in the download. Students move around the room to 5 different assigned sound spots. Then a word is called. If they are standing under the sound that can be heard in
A "one-stop-shop" using oversized visuals and easy to understand verbal cues for young children during remediation for articulation, apraxia, and phonological processes. Includes easy to understand Oversized speech mouth visuals, isolation targeted drills, speech sound syllable webs, "act it out" ca
What do Isaac Newton, Alexander Graham Bell, and Albert Einstein all have in common? Students will find out in this COMPLETE Light and Sound Unit! Use the activities in science centers, interactive notebooks, or for group work. The Unit is all about light and sound energy, including vibrations, refl
This product has lots of fun hands-on activities to help you teach about energy, specifically sound, light and heat energy! Your students will have so much for exploring energy and recording their learning with this fun unit! All you need to add to this unit are just a few objects for the experiment
This HUGE set of speech sound targets contains 25 different speech sounds: from P, B, and M to MULTI-SYLLABIC WORDS, ZH, R blends, even W, H, and Y – almost any target you would be working on with your students, there is a poster to help them (and you) out. This functional speech room decor will ad
This comprehensive unit introduces students to wave energy in the form of light and sound. The unit begins with lessons relating to waves. Many hands on opportunities help students develop a strong understanding of necessary concepts. This unit was designed to address several standards in the NGS
Two mini books for teaching the NGSS science unit on Light and Sound.
What is Sound?
Sound is all around you. Stop and listen. What can you hear?
You hear sound by using your ears.
Your ears catch the sound and send messages to your brain.
Your brain tells you what you are hearing.
Sounds are m
Editable Letters and Sounds Write the Room. Yes! Finally, a Write The Room that allows you to focus on the letters/sounds that you want! You'll find other great (EDITABLE) Write the Room Packets and Bundles like this, by clicking Write the Room Math and Word Work Packets .Please check out the pr
Articulation Maps are a great way to get your students talking! NOW with /sh/, /ch/ and /th/ maps! These maps are jam packed with pictures and many details, all tailored to speech sounds. Use the maps to:Label pictures- Each map has a list of pictures that focus on a different speech sound. Say a