Are you looking for ways to teach about the science of sound? Wondering how to incorporate STEM or STEAM into your classroom? This comprehensive set, which I created with my friend and colleague Matthew Parker, has everything you need to teach about the science of sound and acoustics! The lessons include:
🎵 Sounds around us ( K-1): Includes lesson and “listening walk” worksheet
🎵 Sound exploration (K-2): Includes lesson, cards for centers, Percussion family book, and worksheets
🎵 Vibration lesson (K-1, 2-3, 4-5): Includes lesson and worksheet
🎵 How sound travels (3-5): Includes lesson and worksheets
🎵 Size and pitch (3-5): Includes lesson, worksheet, and sorting cards
🎵 Volume (K-2 and 3-5): Includes lessons, worksheet, sound wave cards, loud and quiet songs (“Closet Key” and “Frog in the middle,” both notated and as mp3's), and loud and quiet pictures
🎵 Sound wave behavior (4-5): Includes lesson and worksheet
🎵 Instrument creation (K-2 and 3-5)
🎵 Instrument family (4-5): Includes lesson, slideshows for each instrument family, and worksheet.
Each lesson uses the model of Watch/ Read/ Do/ Reflect. Many contain links to YouTube videos, suggested readings, suggested experiments and activities, etc.
The set also includes:
🎵 Science of Sound Assessment
🎵 “I can” statements”: Can print and post!
🎵 Science of Sound Standards and Sequence: Includes PDF and editable PowerPoint, so you can keep track of aligned standards
🎵 Directions for the set
Read some of the reviews!
❣️ “My students are LOVING this at the end of the year. It's keeping their attention and they keep wanting more!”
❣️ “Great way to teach science behind the sound in an organized way. Excellent for STEAM initiatives.”
❣️ “Loved the variety of lessons for each concept and grade level.”
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