Captivate your students with attention-grabbing videos, interactive PowerPoint slides, hands-on science labs, and non-fiction readings as students learn about sounds, vibrations, and sound waves.
Students will love making their own “sound machines” to help them experience the world of sound.
Students will be amazed at how sounds “magically” make salt granules move, how a guitar string looks from the inside of the guitar, and at how fast sound travels.
You’ll have your students enthusiastically talking about what happened in science today as they read, write, and draw about their journey through these experiences.
The unit contains 4 days of detailed lesson plans.
The unit contains:
• Detailed lesson plans
• You-Tube links
• An interactive Power Point presentations with all information to teach students about how sound, vibrations, and sound waves work.
• Sight Word Flashcards
• Two Sound Labs with instructions
• Materials list
• Student Worksheets for
---Writing sound words
• Inner Ear classroom poster