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How to make homemade slide whistles

Bamboo, PVC pipe, wood, or even a carrot! Slide whistles can be made from all sorts of materials, and are fun to make, play, and learn physics with. In this episode of Homemade Science, teacher Bruce Yeany shares his collection of homemade slide whistles and demonstrates how to make the different designs.

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Next: The Sea Organ in Zadar, Croatia, a tiny balloon-powered organ made from paper & cardboard, The Singing, Ringing Tree of Lancashire, England, and how to make a carrot clarinet.

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