■ Making a telephone ■ Making a stethoscope ■ Making a guitar ■ Measuring sound levels
■ Materials sound can travel through
1 Sound Kit
This kit contains components to enable children working in small groups to attain a comprehensive understanding of the properties of sound. The teachers guide offers guidance on more than 20 fun experiments including making a telephone, stethoscope and a guitar. Activities focus on measuring sound levels, fi nding out what happens to sound as you get further away and examining what materials sound can travel through. Contents include pack of 30 mm wooden balls, cardboard tubes, plastic tubing, funnels, wind up tape, tuning forks and many more.
Bumper kit of over 20 investigations on sound 2 3 035-SC00736 £ 130 .95
2 Handheld Sound Meter (Decimeter)
Easy to use electronic meter for measuring sound levels. It has a background noise absorber to fi lter ambient sounds and incorporates a max min record and max hold function. With a measuring level range of 40dB to 130dB, a 4 digit digital display and an auto power off switch.
035-SDEC2 3 Tuning Forks
A pair of tuning forks, middle ‘C’ (256 Hz) and top ‘C’ (512 Hz).
035-TFORK £ 12 .49
4 Light and Sound Book Pack KS2
4 SET OF 10 2 KS
Combining two key scientifi c areas in one selection, these titles include topics such as refl ection, shadows, vibration and pitch. Bold visuals accompany thought-provoking text in the titles within this selection, ensuring that pupils are engaged with the subject matter and strengthening their understanding of key concepts. Contains 10 different titles.