Exploring Physics of Sound Through Musical Instrument Making

Children playing instruments
Child playing an instrument
Child playing with a drum
Child playing with a tin can
Child listening to the sounds of a jar

Learn how to take musical instrument-making from a craft to a high-quality STEM experience.  A great way to learn about the physics of sound is by experimenting with materials that can be manipulated in different ways to make a sound.  Using everyday objects such as tin cans and rubber bands, children learn how to control different aspects of sound such as pitch, loudness, timbre, and duration.

Workshop format:  face-to-face

Length of workshop:  3 hours

Number of participants:  limited to 24

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