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Kelly Hudson (khudson@steds.org)

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Science of Sound

Sound happens when an object vibrates. Vibrate means to move quickly back and forth. Any object that vibrates can make sound. A vibrating object sends out sound waves. The sound waves make our ear bones vibrate so that we can hear. 1. Vibrate an object. Capture the vibration and sound with a video. 2. Repeat and take a photo. 3. Click add to open the template. 4. upload the photo on slide 1. 5. Label the vibration on your photo. 6. Draw and label the soundwaves coming from the vibration. 7. Use the mic to explain how sound is made. 8. upload your video to slide 2. 9. Click the green check to save.

3rd Grade, Science
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