Explore the subject of music and sound for kids with our range of experiments, fun quizzes, music games, science fair projects, cool facts and interesting videos.
Learn about speakers, music, cell phones, the human ear and all kinds of interesting sound topics. As well as activities for children, there are also lesson plans and worksheets for teachers, ideas for parents and free teaching resources for anyone interested in learning about sound, music, acoustics and other science subjects online.
Enjoy our fun sound and music experiments. Make fake snot, experiment with invisible ink, create baking soda reactions, mix oil and water, make bath salts and much more.
Experiment with compressed air, a balloon and your own ears to see if you can successfully amplify sound.
Create unique sounds and music using glasses filled with water with this fun experiment for kids.
Have fun learning about sound and music with this cool interactive game.
Experiment with a range of musical instruments such as a guitar and drums while learning about the pitch and loudness of various sounds with this fun game for kids.
Take a look at these great science videos related to sound and music. Learn how the human ear works, how to make a secret listening device and watch a cool music player in action.
The Human Ear
How do we hear all those interesting sounds and noises? Learn how the human ear works with this cool video.
Secret Listening Device
Learn how to make your own secret listening device that lets you hear a range of low level noises and even through walls!
Check out the Sony Rolly, a unique music player that spins, rolls and dances in time with whatever sounds or music you choose to play.
Check out our cool range of sound pictures, photos and diagrams.
Find interesting images of sonar devices, ear diagrams, jets breaking the sound barrier, soundproof rooms and more.
Check out these fun sound facts for kids and learn about frequency, vibrations, thunder, the speed of sound, cell phones, music, the human ear and more.
Did you know that the loud noise created by cracking a whip happens because the tip breaks the speed of sound? Enjoy more fun sound facts for kids.
As well as learning more about sound, enjoy some fun facts and trivia related to other physics topics.
Cell Phone Facts
Cell phones have become a common part of modern life, learn more about them with our list of interesting cell phone facts.
Take the challenge of our quizzes related to the science of sound and music.
Can you answer physics questions and solve music word puzzles?
Enjoy classroom ideas and fun activities with our senses lesson plan and printable music word search worksheet.
Music Word Search
How quickly can you find words related to music? Find out with this printable music word search for kids.
Get some great ideas for a range of sound and physics based science fair projects. Check out our suggested topics or try listening to your heart beat by making a stethoscope.