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2 Exploring – How do we make sounds using different instruments? Making body sounds Experimenting Musical instruments Teachers’ slides

3 You can use your voice to make lots of different sounds. Here are some you could try……. SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show I’ve not uploaded the sounds so they won’t play on the sample slides

4 What is sound? It makes a sound but it does something else too. Do you know what it does? If you stretch a rubber band and twang it, it makes a sound. SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show

5 Some instruments make sounds when they are tapped, banged or hit. These are called percussion instruments. Which of these do you think is a percussion instrument? triangle saxophone violin SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show Sounds not uploaded

6 Learning Intentions: To know that there are many different ways of making sounds. To be able to make sounds in a variety of ways. To be able to talk about sounds and classify them. To begin to distinguish between wind, percussion and string instruments. Key Questions: How can you make these things make sounds? How many different ways do they make sounds? What noises can you make with your body? (Sc 1/1a 2b c Sc4 1c) As the children invent and produce ’body sounds’ assess how well they describe and communicate their observations and whether they know that sounds are made in various ways. (Sc 4 1c) Tasks: Exploring – How do we make sounds using different instruments? Explore different ways that we can make sounds with parts of our bodies – whistling, singing, clicking fingers, slapping legs, etc Challenge children to find a range of ways of making sound from different objects. Children can then sort them according to how they make sound – blowing, hitting, plucking, scrapping, etc Can make sounds and tape them (level 1) Can talk about sounds and classify them - low, high, loud, soft, pleasant, unpleasant, etc (level 2) Can compare the loudness of sounds (level 2) Can make simple generalisations – harder it is hit, the louder the sound (level 3)

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