Waves: Sound and Light Unit
Materials List for Supply Bins
Introduction to waves and Sound Unit
Lesson #1: What Are Waves?
Item
Student record sheet
Bin (to fill with water)
Ball
Sound box (includes speakers) with rice
Large cloth (or parachute)
Lesson #2: Types of Waves
Item
Rubber rope
Slinkies
Colored tape
Amount
50
1
1
1 set
1 (ask classroom teacher at least 1 week
before about parachute)
Amount
3
3
1 roll
Lesson #3: Properties of Transverse Waves
Item
Amount
Pipe cleaners
2 bags
Play-Doh
4 tubs
Masking tape
1 roll
Markers (not provided)
“A World in Motion” handout
50
Explain Everything presentation guidelines 50
and rubric handout
Lesson #4: Pitch Perfect: What is Sound?
Item
Amount
Bottles (fill with water)
12
Metal spoon
4
Tuning forks
2-4 (borrow from the physics department)
Pitch Perfect experiment worksheet
50
Lesson #5: Sound and Communication
Item
Part 1:
“A History of Communication Technology:
Inventing the Telegraph and Morse Code”
pamphlet
Amount
50
Morse code worksheet
Part 2:
Small paper cups
Large plastic cups
Styrofoam cups
Fishing Line
Yarn
Twine
Paper clips
String Phone experiment worksheet and
datasheet
String Phone experiment station
instructions
Rulers (not provided)
Scissors (not provided)
Lesson #6: Ears
Item
“Hearing Sounds” article
Ear diagram Fill-in-the-blanks worksheet
Pop-up tent
Yellow Play-Doh
Yarn
2-liter bottles
Mustard
Toy hammer
Toy drumstick
Triangle
Bin
Duster
Jump ropes
Pillow
50
1 box
1 box
1 box
1 spool
1 spool
1 spool
1 box
50
9
1 per group
1 per group
Amount
50
50
1
1 container
1 ball
2
1 bottle
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
Light Unit
Lesson #1: Introduction to Light
Item
“Discover Light: Electric and Magnetic
Waves” pamphlet
Experimental Record Sheets
Black cloth with hole
Can with no top and hole near the bottom
Bin
Amount
50
50
1 large piece
1
1
Rectangular glass dish
Dish towels
Flashlight
1
2
1
Lesson #2: Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque
Item
Amount
Science Journals
Ball
1
Flashlight
5
Sorting Activity Bag
1 set (1 of each item in each set)
Transparent items:
Plastic wrap
Plastic water bottle
Laminating material
Clear plastic lid
Water
Translucent items:
Bubble wrap
Tissue paper
Waxed Paper
Piece of white paper
Colored plastic folder
Opaque items:
Felt
Tin foil
Cardboard
Stack of white paper
Styrofoam
Shadow Activity Bag: Cardboard cutouts of 5 sets (1 of each item in each set)
the following shapes
Semi-circle
Crescent
Square
Circle
Triangle
Star
Pentagon
Rectangle
Lesson #3: Reflecting Light: Periscopes
Item
Periscope kits
Mirrors
Tape
Glue (not provided)
Protractor
Amount
50
2
2 rolls
1
Writing utensils (not provided)
White paper (not provided)
Crayons or markers (not provided)
Pre-made periscopes*
1-2 (made yourselves)
*Ask Jen or Molly for periscope kits to test them 1 week before this lesson.
Lesson #4: Bending Light
Item
Experimental Record Sheet
Popsicle stick
Rectangular glass container
Glass rod
Glass beaker
Clear plastic cup
Index cards
Markers (not provided)
Amount
50
5
1
1
3
1
50
Lesson #5: Colors
Item
Flashlights
Flashlight filters
Rubber bands
Large books (not provided)
Mirror
White Card
Black Card
Exploring Color Record Sheets
Color Venn Diagrams Sheet
Amount
3
3 (1 red, 1 green, 1 blue)
3 or more
2 (in classroom)
1
2
1
50
50
Lesson #6: Optics and the Eye
Item
Convex and Concave Lenses worksheet
Parts of the Eye worksheet
Convex and concave lenses
Amount
50
50
5 of each
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