Help KS1 science pupils explore how sounds make us feel, and why Our Professor stands behind his assistant Sam to test out different sounds. He has a wide variety of items including a bird warbler, a vacuum cleaner and an alarm clock. His assistant indicates her feeling about each sound she hears by holding up either a smiley or sad face. If she has no strong feelings then she holds up a neutral face. This Lesson Starter is to help develop an understanding that different sounds elicit different responses from us and to begin discussion about how different sounds make us feel
PROMPT QUESTION: What are your favourite sounds – and why?

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