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This Sound Unit comes packed with activities and resources for a unit on sound.
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Aligned with Common Core Science standard 2.P.1.1 and 2.P.1.2.
2.P.1.1 Illustrate how sound is produced by vibrating objects and columns of air.
2.P.1.2 Summarize the relationship between sound and objects of the body that vibrate – eardrum and vocal cords.

This unit includes the following
4- OUTLINES for easy planning
-1 Unit Outline
-3 Lesson Outlines (What Is Sound, More About Sound, and How Do we Hear and Make Sound)

3- COMPREHENSION PASSAGES
-What Is Sound?
-More About Sound!
-How Do We Hear Sound?

3- 10 QUESTION ASSESSMENTS
-What Is Sound Assessment
-More About Sound Assessment
-How Do We Hear Sound Assessment

8- ACTIVITY SHEETS
Includes Cut ‘n Paste activities and short comprehension passages (about various sound topics) with questions

5- EXPERIMENT RECORDING SHEETS
-Make A Flute
-Water Bottle Experiment
-See the Vibrations
-Make A Tissue Box Guitar
-Make A Telephone

1- 20 QUESTION COMPREHENSIVE UNIT ASSESSMENT

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DESCRIPTIONS:
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LESSON 1: WHAT IS SOUND? Reading Comprehension Passage*
Standard: 2.P.1.1
Objective: The students will understand how sound is produced by vibrating objects and columns of air and how it can be changed (i.e. pitch and volume).
Contains:
• One 3K-2W-1L chart
• One comprehension passage
• Five comprehension questions

WHAT IS SOUND Assessment
Standard: 2.P.1.1
Objective: The students will be required to identify and describe how sound is produced by vibrating objects and columns of air and how it can be changed.
Contains:
• One 10-question quiz with answer key.

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LESSON 2: MORE ABOUT SOUND! Reading Comprehension Passage*
Standard: 2.P.1.1
Objective: The students will understand how echoes are formed, why pitch changes, and how pitch changes in bottles with different amounts of water.
Contains:
• One 3K-2W-1L chart
• One comprehension passage
• Four comprehension questions

MORE ABOUT SOUND! Assessment
Standard: 2.P.1.1
Objective: The students will be required to explain how echoes are formed, why pitch changes, and how pitch changes in bottles with different amounts of water.
Contains:
• One 10-question quiz with answer key.

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LESSON 3: HOW DO WE HEAR AND MAKE SOUND? Reading Comprehension Passage*
Standard: 2.P.1.2
Objective: The students will understand how sound is produced by the vocal cords and the steps to how we hear with our ears.
Contains:
• One 3K-2W-1L chart
• One comprehension passage
• Four comprehension questions

HOW DO WE HEAR AND MAKE SOUND Assessment
Standard: 2.P.1.2
Objective: The students will be required to identify and explain how sound is produced by the vocal cords and how we hear using our ears.
Contains:
• One 10-question quiz with answer key.

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*Simply copy the booklet front and back and your ready to go.

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