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  1. Custom Set

    Changing Pitch of Sound - Set One

    In this Custom Set, children show their understanding of the relationship between the pitch of a sound and features of the object that made it. In this set, they consider the sound made when blowing across a bottle filled with different amounts of water.

    On the first page, sequence the pictures into the correct order – from the lowest to the highest pitch sound made. Then record an explanation of how the pitch of the sound changes – and why. Children can use a word bank to write about how and why the pitch of the sound changes.

    For alternative activities, in which children consider the changes in pitch of sounds made by other instruments, see the Custom Sets "Changing Pitch of Sound – Set Two/Three". For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for sound on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: February 23, 2017
  2. Custom Set

    Changing Pitch of Sound - Set Two

    In this Custom Set, children show their understanding of the relationship between the pitch of a sound and features of the object that made it. In this set, they consider the sound made when plucking a string between two pens as the distance between the pens is changed.

    On the first page, sequence the pictures into the correct order – from the lowest to the highest pitch sound made. Then record an explanation of how the pitch of the sound changes – and why. Children can use a word bank to write about how and why the pitch of the sound changes.

    For alternative activities, in which children consider the changes in pitch of sounds made by other instruments, see the Custom Sets "Changing Pitch of Sound – Set One/Three". For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for sound on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: February 23, 2017
  3. Custom Set

    Changing Pitch of Sound - Set Three

    In this Custom Set, children show their understanding of the relationship between the pitch of a sound and features of the object that made it. In this set, they consider the sound made when striking a drum with varying amounts of tightness (tension) to the drum skin.

    On the first page, sequence the pictures into the correct order – from the lowest to the highest pitch sound made. Then record an explanation of how the pitch of the sound changes – and why. Children can use a word bank to write about how and why the pitch of the sound changes.

    For alternative activities, in which children consider the changes in pitch of sounds made by other instruments, see the Custom Sets "Changing Pitch of Sound – Set One/Two". For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for sound on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: February 23, 2017
  4. Connect Set

    Musical Instruments

    With this Connect set, pupils write about different musical instruments.

    With each grid, write about the name of an instrument and the family or section of the orchestra that the instrument is part of.

    For other Clicker resources on related topics, search for instruments on LearningGrids.

    For ages 6 to 8
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 16, 2016
  5. Sentence Set

    Musical Instruments

    With this Sentence Set, pupils write about different musical instruments, using the construction "This is a".

    To add a model, go to Edit View.

    For related resources, search for music or instruments on LearningGrids.

    For ages 4 to 6
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 2, 2015
  6. Sentence Set

    Instruments of the Orchestra

    With this Sentence Set, pupils write about instruments from the different sections of an orchestra.

    A spoken model is provided for each sentence. To change the model, go to Edit View.

    For related resources, search for music or instruments on LearningGrids.

    For ages 5 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 2, 2015
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