Interactive science sound and light book
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Vocabulary Cards. See all condition definitions - opens in a new window or tab Quick Reads. In the read-first model, students begin by reading texts that help them build a foundation of understanding with the core science ideas of the unit. Students will explore all about light and sound through interactive flap books, and hands-on explorations.
This unit explains what sound is, how it travels, and some of the properties of sound, such as pitch and volume. It explores how ears hear and encourages students to take care of their ears. In the read-first model, students begin by reading texts that help them build a foundation of understanding with the core science ideas of the unit. Then they engage in hands-on investigations and use other resources to explore examples related to the concepts they read about. Students learn about general concepts before using deductive reasoning to apply them to specific examples. TIP: Challenge students to maintain a concept web throughout the unit that connects the examples they explore later in the roadmap back to the core ideas they read about in the Unit Nonfiction Book. Then students read texts, watch videos, and complete more investigations that help them confirm or refine their explanations.
Find out more about your rights as a buyer - opens in a new window or tab and exceptions - opens in a new window or tab. Grades K-2 Engineering Engineering Design. Light is all around us, how it travels. This unit explains what sound is, and we could not live without ?
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