Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Earth Day Sound Scavenger Hunt

The best way to celebrate Earth Day is to head outside and get to know your natural neighborhood better. One way to learn more about the place you are a part of is to go on a listening scavenger hunt. The object: to collect as many natural sounds as you can find.

Here's a short list to get you started: 
  • the sound of a peeper, toad, or other frog
  • thunder
  • a sound made by leaves
  • a bird singing
  • a woodpecker
  • water running or dripping
  • a noise made by insect
  • call or noise made by a four-legged animal

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