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Sound: Loud, Soft, High, and Low
Sound: Loud, Soft, High, and Low
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Sound: Loud, Soft, High, and Low

Discover the world of sound in this charming nonfiction tale. Young science fans will learn how sound is created through vibrations that vary in pitch and volume and much more! Alongside bright illustrations, award-winning author Natalie M. Rosinsky delivers fun, fact-filled text for an engaging read-aloud or beginning read-alone. Includes hands-on experiments!

 
ISBN978-1-4048-0335-0
PublisherPicture Window Books
Age Level5-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades K-4
Trim Size10 x 10
Page Count24
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2003
Paperback
Price
$8.95
 


 
 

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Open Wide, Look Inside Blog, Univeristy of Richmond - Elizabeth

"Sound: Loud, Soft, High, and Low, written by Natalie M. Rosinksy and illustrated by Matthew John, is a colorful book about all of the different ways that sound is made. Written especially for young learners, the author gives elementary definitions of how different sounds are made and why they sound the way they do. She gives examples of loud and soft sounds, such as the whack of a baseball against a wooden bat or the soft pitter patter of raindrops against a window. Wonderful examples of echo, high and low sounds, and sound waves are given so that young children may understand this topic. Science experiments pertaining to sound are listed in the back of the book. Curriculum Connections Sound: Loud, Soft, High, and Low corresponds to Virginia SOL 1.2 B - Objects may vibrate and produce sound. This book could be used when giving an interactive lesson on sound. Musical instruments could be used to give examples of high and low sounds by plucking guitar strings, striking a triangle or using small drums. The book could be read and then different sounds could be played to have the children understand the concepts in the book. Additional Resources Sound and light activity - Teacher submissions on what activities they use during their sound units. Also gives wonderful examples of activities for a light unit. Sound and vibration lesson - A great lesson with multiple sound activities. Uses tuning forks and music to illustrated how sounds are made. Also a bit of a history lesson on Ben Franklin. Sounds like Science - Guitar activity - Hands-on activity using guitars and sound waves. Introduces ideas such as frequency and sound vibrations. http://blog.richmond.edu/openwidelookinside/archives/2229" - Open Wide, Look Inside Blog, Univeristy of Richmond

January 24, 2010

Natalie M. Rosinsky

Natalie M. Rosinsky

PWB Biography: Natalie M. Rosinsky is the award-winning author of more than 90 publications. She writes about history, social studies, economics, popular culture, and science. Natalie earned graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been a high school teacher and college professor as well as a corporate trainer. She lives and writes in Mankato, Minnesota. CPB Biography: Natalie M. Rosinsky is the award-winning author of more than 90 publications, including 10 books about Native American tribes. She writes about science, history, economics, social studies, and popular culture. One of her two cats usually sits near her computer as she works in Mankato, Minnesota. Natalie earned graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin and has been a high school teacher and college professor as well as a corporate trainer.

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