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In this math activity, learners use a variety of sensory modalities to gain experiences with identifying, describing and creating repeating patterns.
This activity (page 2 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Double Dutch) is a full inquiry investigation into whether hearing or seeing has a bigger effect on jump rope performance.
In this interactive game, learners compare their music-listening skills with that of a three-month-old baby.
Listen to the beat of gravity. By taking two strings with weights tied to them at different, yet uniform intervals, you can hear the uniformity (and rhythm) of gravity's accelerating pull.
This hands-on activity shows you how to make a shaker -- a small instrument with a big sound! Fill it with beads or even pennies for a cool sound.
In this activity, early learners create paintings by making music and rhythm. Learners place paper in cans, add paint-soaked beans (or pebbles) and put the tops on.