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A kind of energy that can be heard.
What is sound?
Crickets hear sound through these.
What are legs?
You can make sound using air with this part of your face.
What is your mouth?
You can make sound by this part of your throat.
What is your voice box or larynx?
The sound travels to this part of your ear.
What is your eardrum?
This is talking very quietly.
What is a whisper?
This is talking very loudly.
What is yelling?
It takes this much energy to whisper.
What is very little?
This is another word for loudness (you can see this on radios and tvs).
What is volume?
It takes this much energy to make a loud sound.
What is a lot of energy?
This animal that flies makes a high pitch.
What is a bird?
Abullfrog makes this low pitch sound.
What is croak?
A water bottle that doesn’t have much water in it has this pitch.
What is high?
A long metal pipe has this pitch.
What is low?
A tight guitar string has this pitch.
What is high?
Whales make these sounds.
What are songs?
These animals are smaller than whales, breathe underwater, and use sonar.
What are dolphins?
This kind of ship goes underwater and uses sonar to find things.
What is a submarine?
Sound Navigation And Ranging is the long way of saying this.
What is sonar?
To find a submarine, a boat sends a sound out and hopes that it will hear this.
What is an echo or return?
This small instrument has strings and must be played with a bow.
What is a violin?
This instrument is big, blown into, and plays very low pitches.
What is a tuba?
This instrument is hit.
What is a drum?
It takes more of this to make a loud sound.
What is energy?
Hitting a drum hard will make the sound be loud and last this long.
What is a long time?
This vibrates between two metal cans on our class “telephone.”
What is string?
Vibrate means this.
What is move back and forth?
This is what vibrations look like on a lake.
What are waves or ripples?
This causes our vocal cords to vibrate.
What is air?
This protects our ears from loud sound vibrations.
What are ear plugs?
Make your wager
A bat uses this to fly and find food at night.
What is echolocation?
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