1. Cue card for sound energy
2. Foldable Sound Energy for students to draw examples of sound energy which may include or made by singing, whistling, musical instruments, and horns. The book Polar Bear Polar Bear What do you hear by Bill Martin/Eric Carle can be used to introduce the concept that sounds come from many places. You can use YOUTUBE to play the book and the students will be able to listen to the different examples and choose from there to draw in foldable.
3. Foldable Intensity of Sound Energy can help to sort examples of high(loud) or low(soft) sounds to this story too.
4. Simple “Sound is energy…” reading coloring booklet. (run front to back, 2pgs)
5. Activity sheet Loud or Soft Sound Energy at the farm can also be used with The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle for the students to identify examples of high(loud) or low(soft) sounds that come from different sources(animals).
6. Activity sheet Loud or Soft Sound Energy can also be used in general for the students to identify examples of high(loud) or low(soft) sounds.
7. Activity sheet Which kind of sound? Also uses The Very Busy Spider and the answer is “Its what the listener perceives as loud or soft sound energy”.