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Seeing Sound

Can you see sound?  What is sound?  Try this experiment and you'll have found a way to see sound.

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Seeing Sound

Materials (shoe box, elastic bands, extra cardboard - optional )

  1. Tie a piece of thread to some tissue paper.
  2. Put on some loud music and hold the thread in front of a loud speaker.
  3. Watch what happens.
  4. Try different types of music and see what happens.
  5. Now try changing the volume.

What Should Happen

The sound vibrations should make the tissue paper shake.

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