Singing Science: Weekly Science Activity
Photo: Children's choir.
In this week's spotlight: a music-themed science activity that guides families in an exploration of vocal ranges. What determines how high or how low you can sing? What does the length of your vocal chords have to do with your vocal range? Does age or gender have anything to do with the highest note you can hit? Put these questions to a singing test with a science experiment.
- Comparing Vocal Ranges: How High and Low Can You Go? (full Science Buddies project idea)
- Singing Science: How High and Low Can You Go? (science activity at Scientific American)
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