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www.ks1resources.co.uk A knock on the door is a sound. What ‘story’ do these sounds tell? SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show sounds do not play on the sample slides
www.ks1resources.co.uk Something that makes a sound is called the source of the sound. Listen to each of the sounds. What do you think the source of the sound will be? SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
www.ks1resources.co.uk Loud sounds can damage ears and cause hearing loss. Doctors can’t mend ears that have been damaged by loud sounds so it’s important to protect your ears. How can you do that? SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show
www.ks1resources.co.uk Sc4 Physical Processes - Making and detecting sounds. Children should be taught: that there are many kinds of sounds and sources of sounds that sound travels away from sources, getting fainter as they do so, and that they are heard when they enter the ear. Learning Intentions: To know that there are many different sources of sounds. To be able to explore sounds using hearing. To be able to compare different sounds. Know that ears are for hearing Identify and name the sources of sound. Describe similarities/differences between sounds. Know that sound travels from the source to their ear. Understand that we use our sense of hearing to recognise hazards & risks. Recognise that some sounds can be heard from a long distance, sounds get louder as they get closer and fainter as they get further away. Understand that we can make sounds in different ways.
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