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  • “How Headphones Work in Singapore”
"How headphones work" - Make your own headphones out of plastic bottles and milk cartons and learn about the principle of how sound travels and think about reusing and recycling by using materials found in everyday life. This workshop was held for primary school children aged 7 through 12 years at the Sony Creative Science Award held in Singapore on 22 July, 2010.

  • How headphones work
"How headphones work" workshop was held for the first time overseas at the Sony Creative Science Award in the summer of 2010. The Sony Creative Science Award is a creative toy competition for primary school children aged 7 through 12 years which is held every year by the Sony Group of Companies in Singapore and Science Centre Singapore.

"How headphones work" is a workshop that teaches children how to make headphones from plastic bottles and milk cartons and to learn the principle of how sound travels. By using materials found in everyday life, this serves as an opportunity to think about reusing and recycling.
  • How headphones work
In Singapore, the children made headphones with the support of Sony staff volunteers and listened to music with their headphones connected to Walkman® MP3 players from Sony.

Through this workshop, these children in Singapore learnt about Science concepts in a fun and creative way outside the classroom.
  • What are the headphones made of?

What is the Sony Creative Science Award(SCSA)?

The Sony Creative Science Award is a creative toy-making competition for primary school children aged 7 through 12 years that is held annually by the Sony Group in Singapore and Science Centre Singapore. A variety of workshops and science demonstrations are held in conjunction with the competition and it gives great opportunities to awaken the curiosity and enhance the creativity of children.


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