Explore the science of sound with kids how to make a spinning noise maker and experiment to see how the sound changes fun family science experiment. The science of sound by barbara zeiler suzanne banas buzz crackle bang sound is everywhere use these fun activities to help students discover how sound travels and how our ears pick it up. Scientific american is the essential guide to the most awe inspiring advances in science and technology explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives. The greatest aspect of the buzzing noise maker is that while youre attracting quite a bit of attention and making all that noise you can explain it simply by saying hey steve spangler is teaching me about the science of sound. If students are making their own drums you can challenge some to make a drum with a very low sound or a very high sound 9 show the hanas japanese drums video challenge students to use the drums to create their own music just like hana does ask them to arrange the cans in order from highest pitch to lowest
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