“Mixing science, technology, art, and interactivity we conduct science
experiments where children can see sound and interact with it.”
Outcome 1: Children have a Strong Sense of Identity:
Sense and respond to a feeling of belonging.
Respond to ideas and suggestions from others.
Confidently explore and engage with social and physical environments through relationships and play.
Be open to new challenges and discoveries.
Recognise their individual achievements and the achievements of other.
Feel recognised and respected for who they are.
Express a wide range of emotions, thoughts and views constructively.
“We make slime, and then make the slime dance using vibration.
We also make sand pictures (stars, boomerangs, spider web) using vibration.”
Outcome 4: Children are Confident and Involved Learners
Express wonder and interest in their environments.
Are curious and enthusiastic participants in their learning.
Participate in a variety of rich and meaningful inquiry-based experiences.
Persevere and experience the satisfaction of achievement.
Manipulate objects and experiment with cause and effect, trial and error, and motion.
Make predictions and generalisations about their daily activities, aspects of the natural world and environments,
using patterns they generate or identify and communicate these using mathematical language and symbols.
Develop an ability to mirror, repeat and practice the actions of others, either immediately or later.
Use their senses to explore natural and built environments.
Explore the purpose and function of a range of tools, media, sounds and graphics.
Experiment with different technologies.
Outcome 5: Children Become Effective Communicators
Children interact verbally and non-verbally with others for a range of purposes.
Children express ideas and make meaning using a range of media.
Children use information and communication technologies to access information, investigate ideas and represent their thinking
“We play a vibrant game called Louder/Softer where the teachers make waves with a
giant wave spring. Loud Music = Big Waves, Soft Music = Gentle Waves.”
Outcome 3: Children Have A Strong Sense Of Wellbeing
Share humour, happiness and satisfaction.
Recognise their individual achievement.
Show an increasing capacity to understand, self-regulate and manage their emotions in ways that reflect the feelings and needs of others.
Assert their capabilities and independence while demonstrating increasing awareness of the needs and rights of others.
Engage in increasingly complex sensory – motor skills and movement patterns.
Combine gross and fine motor movement.
Demonstrate spatial awareness and orient themselves, moving around and through their environments confidently and safely.
Manipulate equipment and manage tools with increasing competence and skill.
“All these experiments demonstrate the unbreakable link between Movement and Sound.”
Outcome 2: Children are Connected with and Contribute to Their World
Broaden their understanding of the world in which they live.
Understand different ways of contributing through play and projects.
Become aware of ways in which people are included or excluded from physical and social