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This blog accompany Aliza's SEEDS and Science Kids classes at first 5.

Sound – Cupertino

on January 24, 2014


Playing with sounds in the preschool age is the foundation of morphological awareness in school age.

In the cube game we guessed sounds from the sound box, danced to music, felt the vibrations of a triangle, shaked, banged, meowed, stomped.

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The mice discovered how to sneak from Chili in a dark room by producing sounds.


In the exploration stations we created a drum, a banjo and phone caps. Each vibrates differently to produce sound.

1. Creating a drum.

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2. Creating a banjo.

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3. Phone caps


And producing more and more sounds:

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Goodbye everyone, I was happy to explore here with you!!!

Next time it’s Magnets.

Be prepared to feed a monster, paint with magnets frog leap and more.



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