Regina, NY | (none)
y1wlny Great thinking! That really breaks the mold!
Katherine, OH | (none)
If you talk through a straw and you set up the dominoes and talk loud, will the dominoes fall down?
rosa lopez, KS | (none)
Do you know that listen to soft music help you study?
makynzie, FL | (none)
i need help with long A vowel sound
anesha , FL | (none)
do you know that listen to soft muisc help you study
Kazia, BC | (none)
if you hit an object the vibrations travel through the air and go to your ear the farer you are away the vibrations are weeker also im a billionare
sabina, CA | (none)
IF YOU HEARD A SOUND HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GO TO YOUR EAR.
Sabrina , TX | (none)
Sound is just weird to me because I am deaf. But I love the computer!
Bushra, KY | (none)
Every time I go with my uncle to his work I here all kinds of helocopters,airplanes,and Jets since he is a pilot!
Hannah, WV | (none)
I am doing a science fair project for the first time. I have an idea but I don't know if it will work. I am a gymnast and was going to get the other 4 girls on my team to all perform their routine. First with no noise and then second with loud noises from symbols and such. The problem is I can't think of a topic question...Does sound affect balance? Do distractions affect balance?
meghan, OH | (none)
give two examples of communication tools
Aaron, NC | (none)
I am answering Kayla's question. Technically yes, even though your balance system is in you ear your brain needs your eyes ears and mussels to keep balanced. This was on FETCH another PBS kids Go show. just to prove it, try walking on a line blind folded. see where you end up. If you can do that spin a lot to mess up you balance system in your ear. now it is a bit harder to mes up your mussel system with out hurting your self. Be careful!