Sound: The Hands on Approach to Science.
Creative Publishing. 2002. Great book for experiments and activities that explore sound. Teaches students scientific method.
Very Noisy Night.
Penguin Putnam Books. 1999. Little mouse can’t sleep because of all the noises in the night. Gets students to notice all the different sounds around them everyday.
The Magic School Bus Explores the Senses.
Scholastic Publishing Company.2001. Ms. Frizzle explores all five senses, including sound and hearing
You Can’t Smell a Flower with your Ear.
Putnam Publishing Company. 1994. This book explores many fascinating questions about sound and how we hear. This book will get students thinking.
Scholastic Library Publishing. 1998 Another book, which explores how we hear. Also explores creating different sounds.
Science Experiments with Sound and Music.
Sterling Publishing. 2002. Great hands on approach experiments. Some experiments explore different types of musical instruments.
Sounds All Around.
Econo-Clad Books. 1999 Demonstrates that sound is all around us. Great eye opener for students.
Light, Sound and Electricity.
Usborne Publishing. 2002 Another activity book for students, which also includes experiments for light production.
The Listening Walk.
( Let’s Read and Find Out Science Book). Harper Collins Children’s Book. A little girl and her father go for a walk and observe different sounds. Another great book to get students to observe sounds around them.
Physics for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments in Motion, Heat, Light, Machines, and Sound.
Wiley, John and Sons Inc. 1991 Another experiment book for hands on activities using household materials.