This set of 16 task cards is more fun and more engaging than ordinary task cards. Students are provided with QR codes to scan websites and/or videos for an interactive way to learn about sound. A recording sheet is provided for students as well as an answer key for teachers. This is a great activity for introducing the concept and having students learn about sound before teaching the unit or review the content. Concepts covered include: definition of sound, volume, amplitude, crest, frequency, trough, wavelength, medium, pitch, and acoustics. It also helps students understand these terms and definitions. It has students look at sound waves and label the various parts.
This product is aligned to the following state standards:
S4P2. Students will demonstrate how sound is produced by vibrating objects and how sound can be varied by changing the rate of vibration.
a. Investigate how sound is produced.
b. Recognize the conditions that cause pitch to vary.
I hope you and your class find this activity engaging and helpful! Please remember to leave feedback!
- Kara Lee