CLASH, BANG, CRUNCH, NOM NOM NOM…. Your ears tell you what’s going on without you even looking! It’s time to see sound and make music in this month’s The Good Vibrations.

Find out how your ears work, hear your heartbeat with a DIY Stethoscope, make musical instruments and compose your own songs – no musical background required. 

To get this box – click here.

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ACTIVITIES COMING YOUR WAY

Play 1: Lub-Dub Lub-Dub

It’s time to play doctor! Did you know your heart goes lub-dub lub-dub?

Make your own simple stethoscope with some funnels and listen to your heartbeat. Can’t believe it’s that easy? Try it out and see.

Stuff you need from home:
Just scissors. Everything else is in the box.

 

Atom & the Dot | The Great Vibrations | Sound box | DIY Stethoscope

 

Play 2: Dancing Strings

How many different sounds can one string make? Tie a bunch of different rubber bands to a box, then see how each one makes a slightly different sound.

Find out why with your own box guitar! Hint – some rubber bands move faster than others.

Stuff you need from home:
Scissors, blade, double sided tape, pencil and ruler.

 

Atom & the Dot | The Great Vibrations | Sound box | DIY rubber band guitar box

 

Play 3: Pan’s Flute

Did you know you can make your own wind instrument with just a few straws? We’ll show you how!

Put your flute to the test with tunes in the Music Book. Once you’re done try your hand at composing your own songs. No musical background required. 😉

Stuff you need from home:
Scissors, double sided tape and ruler.

 

Atom & the Dot | The Great Vibrations | Sound box | DIY pan flute with straws