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Give Euler's Disk (pronounced like "Oiler's Disk") a spin and observe the hypnotic display of light and continually changing sound. The movement seems to go forever. Available from Educational Innovations, Inc. at www.teachersource.com

Give Euler's Disk (pronounced like "Oiler's Disk") a spin and observe the hypnotic display of light and continually changing sound. The movement seems to go forever. Available from Educational Innovations, Inc. at www.teachersource.com

Science for Kids: Exploring Sound with a Hanger~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Science for Kids: Exploring Sound with a Hanger and String

How is sound created and how we can hear it? Learn all about how sound works with Jessi and Squeaks on SciShow Kids!

How is sound created and how we can hear it? Learn all about how sound works with Jessi and Squeaks on SciShow Kids!

Imagine an entire floor of these tiles.  It could be ever changing patterns

Watch Audio Frequencies Create Amazing Visual Patterns

Imagine an entire floor of these tiles. It could be ever changing patterns

Exploring Sound w/ a Hanger and String {Science Invitation Saturday}

Science for Kids: Exploring Sound with a Hanger and String

Balloon Rockets ~ Racing Leprechauns is a fun St. Patricks Day Activity

Balloon Rockets ~ Racing Leprechauns is a fun St. Patricks Day Activity

"Glove-o-Phones" Science Lesson Trailer. Students discover how a vibrating balloon is like their vocal cords. They build a musical instrument that makes weird sounds when they blow into it. Rock-it Science lessons combine storytelling with hands-on experiments. To see the full lesson and download the free Teacher Guide, go to http://www.rockitscience.com and join our Online Teacher Community.

"Glove-o-Phones" Science Lesson Trailer. Students discover how a vibrating balloon is like their vocal cords. They build a musical instrument that makes weird sounds when they blow into it. Rock-it Science lessons combine storytelling with hands-on experiments. To see the full lesson and download the free Teacher Guide, go to http://www.rockitscience.com and join our Online Teacher Community.