Sound Maps

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Sound Maps

The sound map is a great way to get students listening to the sounds around them as they investigate this fascinating topic with good links to measuring, compass work and estimation.

They will choose a spot in your outdoor area to sit then mark on the sounds they can hear in relation to them (with them being in the middle of the sheet) by drawing or writing on the activity sheet.

Encourage students to think carefully about how far away they think the sounds are and mark them on the sheet accordingly. You can also look at bearings by getting students to mark on the estimated distances on their map. You can even give each child a compass so they can also mark on the bearings of each sound.

Attached Files:

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Sound-Map-Teacher-Guide.pdfDownload 
Sound-Map-Eample.pdfDownload 
Sound-Map-Activity-Sheet_-Diff.-1.pdfDownload 
Sound-Map-Activity-Sheet_-Diff.-2.pdfDownload 
Sound-Map-Activity-Sheet_-Diff.-3.pdfDownload 

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