KIT:Human ear bones Auditory ossicles display -Features the malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), and stapes (stirrup) embedded in a solid plastic display. The auditory ossicles are the three smallest bones in the human body and are located in the middle ear space.
Listen! Listen! - University of Calgary
A poem that explains the interplay of sound and color. Rand's distinctive paper-cut illustrations of bold shapes and bursts of color beautifully complement Ann's rhythmic text, encouraging children to listen and repeat noises they hear every day: the "blop" of a raindrop, the "wham!" of a shutting door, the whisper of the wind in the trees, and the "crunch crunch" of buttered toast.
FICTION:Hearing-impaired Mandy risks going out into the scary night, where there are many sounds she cannot hear, to look for her beloved grandmother's lost pin.
FICTION:A nearly-wordless book in which a young boy, eager to reach a much-anticipated holiday party on time, listens to the sounds of the shovels, snow plow, and other equipment used to clear his way.
Silence - University of Calgary
FICTION: Simple text encourages the reader to be silent and listen for sounds often not heard, such as the wind playing with a kite, or the chattering of trees.
Questions about sound and noise -- Questions about sound and speed -- Questions about sound and deflection -- It's a fact -- Can you believe it? -- Who found out? -- It's quiz time! -- Try it out!
Davey, a blind student, refuses all help from his new classmates, even while playing kickball at recess, until they find a way to help without doing everything for him.
In 1806, scientist Ernst Chladni (KLOD-nee) left Germany for a three-year road trip, entertaining Europeans with his science experiments. He made wires, columns of air, and solids vibrate...Because of his work with sound, Chladni was known as the Father of Acoustics. The book he wrote with Napoleon’s money became the foundation of the study of sound.
KIT: Sound blaster : Sounds like a loud truck air horn, yet it fits in your pocket. As you blow air through the side hole, the rubber diaphragm vibrates as the air pressure repeatedly increases and discharges. By lightly touching the diaphragm, you can produce different sounds.
FICTION: Daddy Bear can't get to sleep because the house is too noisy. [Science: ears, senses, materials that reduce/amplify sound, identifying sounds, choosing materials that are fit for purpose - from: Science Fiction, Science Fact 507.1 PoS 2018]
FICTION:Most people leave the park when rain begins to fall, while others enjoy the sights, sounds, and feel of the cool water--until thunder and lightening come near.