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Foundation weekly task

Foundation week beginning 4th May: Science: Living things and their environment

Foundation tasks - R.E. - Week beginning 27th April

 Our focus in Science is sound. We want you to investigate the following questions:

 - What is sound?

 - How is sound created?

 - What do we mean by the pitch and frequency of sound?

 - Can sound travel through solids, liquids and gases?

 - Can you hear sound in space? Why/why not?

 

Investigate these questions.  You might find some of the powerpoints and links below useful when researching. 

 

Task 1: Draw a sound poster, explaining all the sound facts you have learnt.

 

Task 2: Draw a cartoon strip showing someone making a horrible sound.  There must be a second person in your cartoon strip.  Someone who has been having a lovely relaxing time in another location.  This person is NOT happy when they hear the horrible sound. Describe the journey the sound took to eventually arrive at this person's ear in your cartoon strip.

 

 - How was the sound produced?

 - How did it travel?

 - What did it have to travel through?

 - What happened when the sound was heard by the second person? How did they respond?

 

 

 

How is sound made?

Twinkl have some useful powerpoints on sound.  You can log in to Twinkl for free at the moment.  There is one called "The Science of Sound" that is too large to upload to our website, but is a good one for your research. Sign up and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

What is Sound?

Learn About Sound | Nat Geo Kids Sound Playlist

A number of short videos on sound by National Geographic Kids

Can You Hear Sound in Space?

If space is a vacuum, is it possible to hear sound in it? Trace is here to discuss why sound travels differently in space. Read More: What is a vacuum? Is it...

The Bell Jar Experiment - Sound

This experiment demonstrates that sound waves require a medium (Solid, Liquid, Gas) to transmit.

Week of 23rd March: Create your own Viking longship, using whatever you can find around your home. Cardboard, Ice lolly sticks, milk bottles, lego can all be used in the construction. Try to include a sail, oars and a shield, and remember to include a keel and some threatening looking creatures on your prow and stern!

Week of 23rd March:   Create your own Viking longship, using whatever you can find around your home.  Cardboard, Ice lolly sticks, milk bottles, lego can all be used in the construction. Try to include a sail, oars and a shield, and remember to include a keel and some threatening looking creatures on your prow and stern!   1
Week of 23rd March:   Create your own Viking longship, using whatever you can find around your home.  Cardboard, Ice lolly sticks, milk bottles, lego can all be used in the construction. Try to include a sail, oars and a shield, and remember to include a keel and some threatening looking creatures on your prow and stern!   2
Week of 23rd March:   Create your own Viking longship, using whatever you can find around your home.  Cardboard, Ice lolly sticks, milk bottles, lego can all be used in the construction. Try to include a sail, oars and a shield, and remember to include a keel and some threatening looking creatures on your prow and stern!   3
Week of 23rd March:   Create your own Viking longship, using whatever you can find around your home.  Cardboard, Ice lolly sticks, milk bottles, lego can all be used in the construction. Try to include a sail, oars and a shield, and remember to include a keel and some threatening looking creatures on your prow and stern!   4
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