A series of investigations into sound and how it travels.
Play a modified version of Marco Polo to learn about sound directionality.
Make a simple megaphone to investigate sound amplification.
Make your own hydrophone to listen for sounds underwater.
A guessing game with sounds - how good are you at remembering sounds?
Use a balloon to feel the vibration caused by sound.
Make a button sing in this experiment, during which students will learn about both sound and potential and kinetic energy.
Investigate how to make sound insulation by muffling the sound of a whistle with cotton balls.
Make your own guitar with elastic bands and a tissue box. Then use it to discover how the speed of the vibration changes the pitch of the sound.
A fun experiment to investigate sound - make a fun toy that sounds like a chicken!
Want to see how our science experiments are done?
Watch kids demonstrate them here and see how easy, fun and effective they are!
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