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Teaching: Sound & Light
Teaching: Sound & Light
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Aide in teaching color of light
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Three colors of light -red, blue, and green- are the primary colors to which they respond to the three cones in the retina. The primary pigment color depend on the wavelength of the light that it reflects. The pigment both absorb and reflects a range of colors by sending a single color message to your eye
great tool for teaching color
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Use this for teaching color wheel
Julianna Kunstler's website - full curriculum and lessons for art 12; computer graphics, art history, and drawing and painting. Wow.
HS art teacher w/ lessons and worksheets divided by E & P
Great interactive color wheel for showing color schemes
How glow sticks work - teaching chemical and physical change
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THAT'S HOW GLOWSTICKS WORK!!
Classroom Freebies: Light Sticks Labs
We have just completed our light unit, so to review the concept of the reflection and absorption of the colors of the rainbow, I used plastic Easter eggs. Read more at FlapJack Educational Resources.
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FlapJack Educational Resources: Teaching Reflection and Absorption With Easter Eggs
Interesting for color unit.
Reinforce reflection and absorption of white light and colored light
How to teach light refraction to pre-k
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Light-Dispersion Experiments for Kids | eHow
Science Experiments With Prisms | eHow
Light refraction is the bending of light, or the change in direction of the rays as it moves past a boundary. For example, when light crosses through a window, it is refracted and can create a rainbow. A prism illustrates this theory. As light passes through the prism, it refracts and separates into an entire spectrum, or rainbow, of light. Introducing this concept to preschoolers can be done by experimenting with prisms or by a simple project using a glass of water and a piece of white paper.
How to Make a Rainbow Sparkle Prism at Home
Solid information on teaching light and how to teach scientific writing. There are also good math anchor charts.
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Science: Light - Teacher Talk
Teacher Talk: Science journals notebook ideas
Magnets, Force, Motion, Light, Sound....Lots of great ideas for teaching science!
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Physics Lapbook - abundant resources
Video of a modern trumpeter of Krakow, playing the Heynal
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VIDEO of a modern trumpeter of Krakow in Poland, playing the Heynal. Get sensory, hands-on activity ideas for teaching THE TRUMPETER OF KRAKOW by Eric P. Kelly at http://www.litwitsworkshops.com/free-resources/the-trumpeter-of-krakow/ LitWits Kits make literature real and fun for kids!
Science - Sound - FREE K-12 Lesson Plans & Games
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Lists of sound science fair projects, experiments, ideas and topics.
FREE K-12 Lesson Plan ideas, ppt, & Games
Sound - Free Science Lesson Plans, Activities, Powerpoints, Interactive Games-FOR TEACHERS
Sound Energy ideas
See the Science of Sound: This would be a fun science activity for my students to work on together. Allowing them to use their hands and experiment with the sounds they make would allow them to be more interested in the subject. Seeing the sugar crystals move by themselves after saying their name will definitely catch their attention.
Activities: See the Science of Sound
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Science experiment - visualize sound
Third Grade Physical Science Activities: See the Science of Sound
This is so cool! The sound of your voice vibrations causes the sugar crystals to "dance" on the plastic wrap like a trampoline.
Popsicle Stick Harmonica
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Tons of fun art projects and activities for kids
Housing a Forest:....Popsicle Stick Harmonica alot of Kids Projects on this site
Popsicle Stick Harmonica- airflow, breath support, oral motor, oral aversion
Popsicle sticks craft
2 Popsicle Sticks (we used the wide ones). 2 Rubber Bands. A strip of paper the same size as the Popsicle Stick. 2 toothpicks cut just wider than the Popsicle Stick. Sandwich the paper strip in between the 2 Popsicle Sticks. Wrap a rubber band around one end until it is snug. Slide a toothpick to the inside of the rubber band. Put other toothpick at the other end of the Popsicle sticks, and wrap with a rubber band. Place one toothpick on top of the paper and one toothpick under the paper.
How sound is made. Cool way to show vibrations.
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How is sound made? Fun experiment for kids.
Homeschool music and science activity - How sound is made. Cool way to show vibrations.
iOS Apps for Science Teachers : Teaching about Sound
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Sound Wave App ~iOS Apps for Science Teachers : Teaching about Sound
Disney Story: Peter and the Wolf. Posted by: gimmietheprize. Good for teaching sound in science.
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SOUND: Disney Story: Peter and the Wolf. Good for teaching sound in science.
Peter & The Wolf - Disney Story, via YouTube. Awesome for teaching musical instruments and how to listen for the story in music.. love this piece
Disney's Peter & The Wolf/Book (I prefer the book pictures to the animated story)
Inferring with Sounds
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Guess who just found an UBER COOL inference activity that involves PLASTIC EASTER EGGS? ME!!!
inferring sound: Shake the container and draw what you think is inside. Explain how shaking the container helped you infer the objects inside. (Unit 3: 5th grade)
The Loco Teacher ~ Scroll down to Second Grade: Science Inferring with Sound Experiment >Teacher adds 10 different items each to 10 different containers. Students shake cans and write down what they think items inside are.
Classroom Freebies Too: Inferring with Sounds
Cause and effect is how children learn to control and interact with their environment, and understanding cause and effect helps to develop problem solving skills. With that in mind, I created this fun activity for my three year old son, R, to give him a visual understanding of how sound is created when he bangs a drum.
Teaching kids how sound is made | 10 Fun Science Projects for your Kids This Summer
Teaching Kids How Sound is Made - Kids Activities Blog