People, animals, machines, and wind all make sounds. But have you ever seen how sound waves move? Or made a sound wave bounce? Now you can! Explore sound with the fun experiments you'll find in this book. As part of the Searchlight Books™ collection, this series sheds light on a key science question?How Does Energy Work? Hands-on experiments, interesting photos, and useful diagrams will help you find the answer!
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19.5 centimeters air molecules Ask a friend atom hydrogen atoms Bats blow call sounds can’t hear cardboard coil Cut the straw different pitch drinking straw fast feel vibrations fly at night friend to stand friend’s ear gases hear a sound high or low high sound hose hydrogen atom Hydrogen infrasounds insect INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK kids liquid low pitch Matter vibrates metal molecules metal pan metal spoon molecules move Moves through Matter object vibrates objects that vibrate oxygen atom piano pinkie Pluck rubber band second are called Short straws shout Slinky sound by saying sound echo Sound Moves Sound Travel sound waves bounce Sound waves move sound waves spread Sound waves travel sounds that bother SpEED of SounD straw flute straw sticks straw vibrate takes up space Tape straw Tape the straws tightly packed tiny particle towel ultrasound waves water molecules wave can move waves from spreading