Reflection: Real World Applications Sounds All Around - Section 4: Explain

 

After students learn about sound energy, it is imperative that they have an opportunity to create a product which produces sound. In addition, this lesson gives students the chance to collaborate in groups to complete an engineering design process. This is relevant to young students who are learning to become future scientists and mathematicians.

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Sounds All Around

Unit 10: Energy and Motion
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use recyclable items to create a musical instrument that produces a sound.

Big Idea: After learning about sound energy, students will use the the engineering design process to create a musical instrument that produces sound.

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Science, Music, Instruments, Sound, Physical Science, Motion, engineering design, Energy, forc
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