ScienceWiz Sound kit is from award-winning series that includes free internet portal access that has an audiometer to test your hearing and a decibel meter to measure sound for mobile devices. Requires 3 AA batteries, tape, flashlight and a Phillips head screwdriver (not included).
There are twenty different projects to complete, which will help you learn about sound vibration through fun!
You’ll also receive a 48 page science book that will teach you the theory behind all the cool projects.
Build a working Edison style phonograph.
Record and play back your own sound recordings.
Vibrate your vocal cords and visualize your voice print.
Measure sound with a decibel meter.
Use an audiometer to test your hearing.
Hear and transmit sounds many adults cannot hear!
Make a kazoo and a banjo.
Play a tune on water glasses.
Play the sound location game.
Transmit sounds through solids, liquids and gases.
Determine if sound waves travel through a vacuum.
Use a slinky to model sound waves.
Bounce, absorb and amplify sound waves.
Listen to your heart beat and explore how your ear works.
Discover whether fish have ears, what dogs can hear and how dolphins, whales and bats use sound.
Spin a sound tube to Doppler shift sound.
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