Explore sound, hearing, and music in this month’s next take-and-make science program. Activities include:
- Cup and String Phone – Learn how sound waves can travel through a string and be converted back to audible sound at the opposite end
- DIY Eardrum – Make a model eardrum to see how the eardrum responds to sound
- Chicken in a Cup – An extraordinary amount of fun with just a few humble materials
- Musical Pipes – Tap into your musical side with the homemade instrument
Kits are available now! Just stop by the Library during our curbside pickup hours and ask for the take and make science kit.
Sensory Sensations is a take-and-make program of science experiments and STEAM learning for kids of all ages. Each month from January to May, we will explore one of the five senses through a series of weekly experiments or projects. Most experiments can be done with items easily found at home, but we will also have packets available each month with the materials, printed instructions, and a list of related resources both in our collection and online.
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