The science of sound from a motor mouth at Mach 1!
……..Or how bout this fer a tag..
Readin’ at the Speed of SOUND!
……….Talk about your accelerated reader! Heeeyooooh!
(Don’t sue me Accelerated Reader, I know you are all about the money! lol)
What is a sonic boom? Why can’t I hear a dog whistle? What was the first human invention to break the sound barrier? Did dinosaurs break the sound barrier? How do we humans mimic sound? What’s with all the questions? Why does everything have to have so much educational content? Are we really worried that during the Summer months, kids get stupider? Maybe they should get NO breaks at all! Let’s take away recess, it’s non-productive. Gotta keep those kids busy 24/7! Burn ’em out early, so they get that mid-life crisis over with by the 7th grade. Oops, wow, bunny trail. Lemme start over.
Here’s a blurb for Stooooooooooooooorytelling!
Listen and learn as language, loudness and laughter take the lead in the library.
See that? It’s called Alliteration.
Charlie is a vocal sound impressionist, author and a sarcastic kids comedian. On the entertainer list, he is under the category “other.”
During this noisy show there will be sound wordplay where we look at words that imitate the sounds they represent, such as hiss, boom, growl, and chirp. This onomatopoeia enriches language, allowing us to capture sound in writing. We will discuss and pick the top 10 noises we love and hate. Oops! Sorry, “hate” is a hate word. Let me say “dislike.” Anyway, kids will help select the sounds, an exercise in improv and imagination.
THEN. Listen with your eyes closed as Noiseguy take you on an audio vacation. Are you in the jungle, at the beach or at the North pole? A fun guessing game! Sound creates atmosphere and has emotional value. See how important sound is in language as we consider the differences in animal onomatopoeia. (Meow Meow, Bow Wow Wow)
Watch a 2 minute fairy tale performed JUST using sound. (well we gotta have SOME variety in there)
We’ll also explore how sound is produced, like a boom of a thunderclap. We’ll discover how sound travels using vibration and sound waves. Of course Noiseguy will do the wave-thing with the slinky. See how a microphone can make you LOUDER! Eat yer heart out, Dewey Decibel!
We’ll even use our voices as a sound effect instrument! Kids will learn some funny new noises to imitate for their spoken reading. They will leave with a new appreciation for the world of sound around them.