Mechanical and Electromagnetic waves are the main 2 types of waves by media of propagation. Learn common features and properties of them.

Mechanical and Electromagnetic waves are the main 2 types of waves by media of propagation. Learn common features and properties of them.

This Electromagnetic Spectrum Card Sort is great for interactive learning! Students will organize information about the various types of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum. For each card sort, there are 4 properties of that will need to be arranged/sorted: the name of the type of wave, the wavelength of the wave (a picture), its uses, and a general description and/or properties of the wave (including amount of energy and wavelength as compared to the other types of waves).2 different…

This Electromagnetic Spectrum Card Sort is great for interactive learning! Students will organize information about the various types of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum. For each card sort, there are 4 properties of that will need to be arranged/sorted: the name of the type of wave, the wavelength of the wave (a picture), its uses, and a general description and/or properties of the wave (including amount of energy and wavelength as compared to the other types of waves).2 different…

Making Waves Science Stations for Fourth Grade Next Generation Science Standards include 8 different science stations where students can deepen their understanding of wave properties.   The focus is on 4-PS4-A and includes concepts such as sound waves, phones, different types of waves, ocean waves, vibrations, transverse and longitudinal waves.By working through this set of stations, students will gain an understanding of what happens when sound enters the ear.

Making Waves Science Stations for Fourth Grade Next Generation Science Standards include 8 different science stations where students can deepen their understanding of wave properties. The focus is on 4-PS4-A and includes concepts such as sound waves, phones, different types of waves, ocean waves, vibrations, transverse and longitudinal waves.By working through this set of stations, students will gain an understanding of what happens when sound enters the ear.

NASA: Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. A good introductory series of 8 videos (total 30min) discussing each type of wave length. (If you start the 1st one, the next video clip should auto start.)

NASA: Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. A good introductory series of 8 videos (total 30min) discussing each type of wave length. (If you start the 1st one, the next video clip should auto start.)

Waves- Characterized by wavelength and frequency as they pass through a medium There are two types of waves: longitudinal and transverse. In the picture is a transverse wave, which is what kind of waves the ocean has

Waves- Characterized by wavelength and frequency as they pass through a medium There are two types of waves: longitudinal and transverse. In the picture is a transverse wave, which is what kind of waves the ocean has

It explains how choosing the right scent to match your personality requires a little bit more than just waving a bottle under your nose and paying for it. With colorful graphs, figures, charts, and legends, the infographic features the characteristics of five types of perfume, information on fragrance notes, an essence wheel describing these notes in detail, as well as tips on the how’s and where’s of perfume-wearing.

It explains how choosing the right scent to match your personality requires a little bit more than just waving a bottle under your nose and paying for it. With colorful graphs, figures, charts, and legends, the infographic features the characteristics of five types of perfume, information on fragrance notes, an essence wheel describing these notes in detail, as well as tips on the how’s and where’s of perfume-wearing.

Students will complete seven different tasks with this lesson.  Types of waves can be a simple topic to teach.  This activity will allow students to be engaged while they move around the room completing different challenges as they review the differences between longitudinal and transverse waves.

Students will complete seven different tasks with this lesson. Types of waves can be a simple topic to teach. This activity will allow students to be engaged while they move around the room completing different challenges as they review the differences between longitudinal and transverse waves.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search