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Tube Tooters (25 Students)

$79.00
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SCT-K10
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What's that sound?

Sounds are all around us. They can be loud or soft, high or low. Sounds are made by moving things back and forth. This back and forth motion is called vibration. When things vibrate they make sound waves.  These waves can travel in all directions.  Hitting, plucking, scraping, pounding and blowing are some ways to make things vibrate. High sounds vibrate very fast.  The faster a thing vibrates the higher the sound.  

In the Tube Tooters Activity students will:

  • Learn about sound and vibrations
  • Understand the difference between pitch and volume
  • Make a musical instrument 
  • Investigate vibration and pitch, soundwaves and echoes
  • Discuss sources of sound from living and non-living sources

The materials in the "Tube Tooters" activity allow each student to construct their own musical instrument out of cardboard tubes, wax paper and rubber bands.  They will use the musical instruments to experience and feel vibrations that are produced. Students also receive their own worksheet to discuss what moves and makes sounds that are loud, soft, high or low.

For the teacher, each Tube Tooter Kit comes with a Teacher's Guide.  The Teacher's Guide provides instructions on how to make the musical instruments.  The guide also provides discussion points and background information for the lesson about sound.

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Each Classroom Kit comes with a Teacher's Guide, Student Worksheets and a 25 sets of lab materials for each activity. The Teacher's guides are written in such a way that any instructor, if the lesson plans are followed, is able to teach every lesson on a professional level. 25 copies of the student lesson plans are conveniently provided for each student activity. The kits are designed so that an educator opens the box and can begin teaching.

The Classroom Kits are packaged so that each student receives their own materials to perform the activity's investigation. The lab materials are separated, for each student, to minimize preparation time in the classroom. All kits include the necessary materials to perform the activity. No outside materials (with the exception of water in some activities) are required. The kits even include common classroom materials if the activity requires them such as crayons, pencils, or tape.

The Homeschool Kits contain a teacher manual, student activity worksheets, and lab activities packaged for one student.

What's that sound?

Sounds are all around us. They can be loud or soft, high or low. Sounds are made by moving things back and forth. This back and forth motion is called vibration. When things vibrate they make sound waves.  These waves can travel in all directions.  Hitting, plucking, scraping, pounding and blowing are some ways to make things vibrate. High sounds vibrate very fast.  The faster a thing vibrates the higher the sound.  

In the Tube Tooters Activity students will:

  • Learn about sound and vibrations
  • Understand the difference between pitch and volume
  • Make a musical instrument 
  • Investigate vibration and pitch, soundwaves and echoes
  • Discuss sources of sound from living and non-living sources

The materials in the "Tube Tooters" activity allow each student to construct their own musical instrument out of cardboard tubes, wax paper and rubber bands.  They will use the musical instruments to experience and feel vibrations that are produced. Students also receive their own worksheet to discuss what moves and makes sounds that are loud, soft, high or low.

For the teacher, each Tube Tooter Kit comes with a Teacher's Guide.  The Teacher's Guide provides instructions on how to make the musical instruments.  The guide also provides discussion points and background information for the lesson about sound.

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