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Science Lesson with Video & Printable

Apologia Marketing|September 17, 2018

Looking for a hands-on science lesson and experiment  for kindergarten, middle school through high school, or family fun time?
Download and print this free science lesson on sound – “A Kazoo for You”. Everything is included to easily integrate and plan this science lesson…you just add some paper, rubber bands, and craft sticks (easily found at a craft store).
You’ll even find out how Oreos and milk relate to the science of sound!

 
Included in this free science lesson are printable pages, video and print instructions for a fun noisemaker, plus information on how sound is made, how we hear, why we hear different sounds, and more. Everyone will enjoy making their own noisemaker and understanding more about sound waves.
Ready to use, just gather a few simple supplies, and your family or class will enjoy a hands-on science activity.
CLICK HERE OR CLICK THE DOWNLOAD NOW BUTTON TO OPEN THE PDF. ONCE IT IS OPEN, SAVE TO TO YOUR HARD DRIVE.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you enjoyed this by Rachael Yunis, check out Called to See Creation and STEM Activity (Printable): Building Strong Bridges.
 
 Rachael Yunis is the Director of Apologia Science. She has advanced degrees in molecular genetics/developmental biology and biomedical ethics, over ten years’ experience in molecular genetic research, and publication in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals. Rachael is co-author of the Apologia textbook, Advanced Biology, 2nd edition: The Human Body and creator of Apologia’s Field Trip Journal. She has worked as an ethicist and science writer for the American Medical Association, the Alzheimer’s Association, and other national publications such as Association News. She has been a volunteer member of local hospital ethics committees, is a speaker on science, ethics, and homeschooling topics, is an on-call foster parent to infants waiting to be adopted into their forever families, and works globally to support orphaned children. Together with her husband, Sam, a PhD. in mechanical and aerospace engineering and NASA engineer, they have always homeschooled their children and been active in their Virginia homeschool community. Their oldest two now attend Virginia Tech, pursuing degrees in astrophysics and AI computer science.
 
 

 

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