You have read in the class that snakes don't have ears and they only respond to vibrations. Arvind Gupta invites you to make an artificial snake that dances not to your tunes but the wind you blow!

Collect a crown cap of any cold beverage. Make a toy out of it to understand sound waves, 

Many of the inanimate objects around you probably seem perfectly still. But look deep into the atomic structure of any of them, and you’ll see a world in constant flux — with stretching, contracting, springing, jittering, drifting atoms everywhere. Ran Tivony describes how and why molecular movement occurs and investigates if it might ever stop.

Use trash & trumpet your recycling skills!

A pencil to explore rotation, resonance, Newton's colour wheel, toys from trash? Yes, please! Arvind Gupta demonstrates it for you.

This worksheet is designed to help students understand the concepts related to sound, using common objects and experiences.

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