Sensory sound map
Students will need
- A4 piece of paper and something to press on like an exercise book
- Plain or coloured pens/pencils
Head outside and spread out somewhere comfortable.
Place an X in the centre of an A4 piece of paper. This X represents you.
Sit or lie quietly and listen to all the sounds you hear (try closing your eyes).
Map these sounds on the paper – what can you hear in front, behind, to the sides and even above you?
Use words/drawings to represent and describe the sounds.
Share your sound map and what you heard with your classmates.
Taputapu mā ngā ākonga
- Pepa A4 me tētahi papa, he pukapuka rānei hei tuara
- Pene rākau, pene rākau karakara rānei
Puta atu ki waho ka kimi wāhi noho.
Tāngia he X ki waenganui o te pepa A4. Ko koe tēnā.
Noho, takoto tiraha rānei ka whakarongo ki ngā oro. (Katia hoki ōu whatu).
Whakamahere i ēnei momo oro ki runga i tū pepa. He aha tāu e rongo ana ki mua, ki muri, ki ngā taha, ki runga hoki?
Whakamahia he kupu, he momo hanga hei whakaatu i ngā mea kei te rongo koe.
Tohainga me tāu akomanga i tāu mahere tairongo, he aha tāu i rongo ai.