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Science Experiment - Sound Research

PDF | 4 pages|Grades: 1 - 2 | Starter Sheet

A science experiment which explores how sound travels.

Sounds are vibrations that travel through the air to our ears. We know that light travels in a straight line, but what about sound?

Use this Science experiment when exploring the physical science of sound.

Students follow the scientific method to conduct the experiment in small groups, then complete the worksheet provided.

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Sound and Light - Science Vocabulary

sound hearing bang
silence noise source
listen rattle shake
blow crash pluck
squeak boom screech
pitch low high
medium loud volume
soft silent quiet
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