Science is fun for kids of all ages. Experiments that dazzle, models that demonstrate, and activities that fascinate are fun for children to watch and participate in. But scientific explanations are often difficult for early elementary students to grasp. By third grade, students are familiar with the scientific process, and are ready to learn the “why” behind science.
Here’s a quick and easy sound science experiment that helps to add a visual element to the science of sound. What causes sound? In this activity, your third grader will do more that just find the answer; he’ll see it for himself!