Hands-On Physics Experiements, Grades K-2 by School Specialty Publishing, Cherie Winner

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Can they spot the part that vibrates to produce sound? What happens to the sound if they press on the vibrating part to restrict its movement? Can they tell how the instrument makes sounds of different pitch? All throughout this section, younger students can use descriptive terms such as farther and faster. Older students can be encouraged to measure specific distances, weights, and times. © McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing © School Specialty Publishing 56 0-7424-2748-X Hands On Physics Experiments Hands-On Light, Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism In this section, your students will explore many forms of energy.

2. Invite your students to try pushing and pulling several common objects from your collection. • An assortment of common objects. Examples are books, crayons, chairs, drinking glasses, pencil boxes, zippers, string, tennis balls, and towels. Let’s Talk About It: • Activity sheet on page 37 for each student Teacher Tips: © McGraw-Hill Children’s Publishing © School Specialty Publishing Students begin to recognize that pulling brings an object closer to the force making it move, while pushing sends an object away from the force making it move.

What to Do: What You Need: • Small plastic containers, such as pill bottles or glasses • Bowls • Water • Waterproof marker • Freezer • Activity sheet on page 29 for each student 1. Use a marker to write each team’s name or number on its container. Fill each container about half-full of water. Draw a line on the container to show the level of the water. 2. Place the containers in a freezer. Be careful not to spill or splash any of the water. 3. After the water has frozen solid (later that day or the next day), mark the location of the top of the ice.

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