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Lab-Aids™ Energy Transfer: Waves, Sound and Light Kit

Produce both longitudinal and transverse mechanical waves and compare their similarities and differences.

$53.10 - $310.38

Specifications

For Use With (Application) Studying wavelengths and frequencies
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Includes:
  • Kit contains 28 student worksheets and guides, teacher's guide, six mini wave tanks, six springs, six pieces of elastic string with barbed ends, six plastic paddles, six 15cm rulers, Transparency 1: Wave Characteristics, Transparency 2: Comparing Wavelength
  • Extender materials include mini wave tank, one spring, one piece of elastic string with barbed ends, one plastic paddle, one 15cm ruler

Products 2
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Product Type Price Quantity  
Catalog Number Mfr. No. Product Type Price Quantity  
S98797 View Documents Lab-Aids™
211
Waves, Sound and Light Kit Each for $310.38
 
S98797A View Documents Lab-Aids™
211EL
Extender Components Kit Each for $53.10
 
Description

Description

As an introduction, students use water and springs to observe wavelength and frequency and discover the relationship between them. Their exploration of waves continues through investigating vibrations and the production of sound waves. Using an elasticized string allows students to create and observe different pitch notes and relate the sounds produced to the frequency of the vibrations. They then read about the wave nature of different energy forms, including light and sound, and are introduced to the fundamental features common to all waves. The reading compares and contrasts the similarities and differences among different energy waves and explains how our eyes and ears interpret various wave forms. Accommodates unlimited classes, each with 6 groups of 4 students. Includes Teacher guide, student sheets and assessment sheets.

Order Info

Grades 6 to 12. Enough material for 28 students; extender materials allow more students to participate at the same time.

Specifications

Specifications

Studying wavelengths and frequencies