Apfel, Robert E. Deaf Architects and Blind Acousticians: A Guide to the Principles of Sound Design. Apple Enterprises Press, Connecticut (1998).
Discusses the effects of acoustics on architecture and contains a enlightening discussion about hearing.
Horne, Elizabeth B. A Sourcebook for Elementary Science Teachers. Harcourt Brace Javonovich Publishers, San Deigo (1971).
This book contains a chapter on teaching sound to elementary school students. It has excellent experiments and ways to teach sound to children.
Miller, Dayton Clarence. The Science of Musical Sounds. The Macmillan Company, New York (1976).
This is a series of eight lectures given at the Lowell University about the acoustics and physical science behind musical instruments.
Richardson, Edward Gick. Sound: A Physical Science Textbook. Arnold Press, London (1953).
This is an excellent source to use in order to find out about the science and math behind all aspects of sound.
Rossing, Thomas D. The Science of Sound. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Massachusetts (1990).
This is an excellent sourcebook about all aspects acoustics. It contains information stemming from the architectural acoustics, physical characteristics of waves to the science behind musical instruments.
Siepak, Karen Lee. Sound. Carson Dellosa Publishing Company, North Carolina, (1994).
Contains 34 hands-on science activities that explores sound and the sense of hearing.
Van Bergeijk, Willem Andre Maria. Waves and the Ear. Anchor Books, New York (1960)
This book contains a variety of experiments dealing with sound waves which can be used in the classroom.
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Ardley, Neil. The Science Book of Sound. Harcourt Brace Javonovich Publishers, San Deigo (1991).
Contains simple experiments demonstrating the basic principles of sound and music.
Baker, Wendy. A Creative, Hands-on Approach to Science. Aladdin Books, New York (1993).
Includes experiments and activities exploring the world of sound.
Kerrod, Robin. Sounds and Music. Marshall Cavendish, New York (1991).
Contains projects, experiments, and activities that explore the world of sounds, both musical and otherwise.
Newman, Frederick R. Zounds: The Kids' Guide to Sound Making. Random House, New York (1983).
Explains how to utilize the mouth and voice in forming and imitating animal, musical instruments, and environmental sounds.
Wood, Robert. Sound Fundamentals: Funtastic Science Activities for Kids. Chelsea House Publishers, Philadelphia (1999).
Presents step-by-step experiments which illustrate the basics for understanding how sound works and some of the ways in which humans influence it.