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Good starter activities for a sound lesson.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by roddywoomble, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. roddywoomble

    roddywoomble New commenter

    Anyone have any good ideas on how I can start my (Y3) sound lesson tomorrow? Chn will be learning that sounds are caused as a result of vibration and investigating rice dancing on a drum skin and also a tuning fork in water. Any ideas of how to introduce it?

    Thanks,

    Shane
     
  2. roddywoomble

    roddywoomble New commenter

    Anyone have any good ideas on how I can start my (Y3) sound lesson tomorrow? Chn will be learning that sounds are caused as a result of vibration and investigating rice dancing on a drum skin and also a tuning fork in water. Any ideas of how to introduce it?

    Thanks,

    Shane
     
  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

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