How does noise damage your hearing? Test your knowledge about the causes and prevention of hearing loss with an online quiz available from Kahoot! The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has partnered with Kahoot!, an online learning platform, to provide free interactive quizzes and games for kindergarten through grade 12 educators and learners. NIDCD and Noisy Planet are thrilled to announce that our content is available in NIH’s Kahoot! quiz collection.
Students can take our How Does Noise Damage Your Hearing? Kahoot! quiz at home or in the classroom to learn about noise-induced hearing loss. The quiz educates children on the fundamental biological processes of hearing; the signs, symptoms, and causes of noise-induced hearing loss; and ways to protect their hearing from loud noises.
The quiz is designed to reinforce healthy hearing messages and can be used to test knowledge from classroom activities available through our Teacher Toolkit. The toolkit provides easy-to-use resources and step-by-step instructions for fun activities for teachers, school nurses, and other educators nationwide.
Explore the Noisy Planet Teacher Toolkit on our website:
- Teacher Toolkit Instructions
- Noisy Planet Presentation
- Noisy Planet Student Activity Videos and Instructions
- Download or Order Free Resources
Looking for more great tools to encourage healthy hearing habits? Check out these Noisy Planet activities for kids and preteens:
- Test Your Noise Knowledge Quiz
- All About Noise Crossword Puzzle
- Listen Up! Protect Your Hearing Infographic
You can also explore NIH’s Kahoot! profile page for quiz content from other institutes and centers (ICs) across NIH. In addition to our quiz, you will find content from the National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health; and National Institute of Mental Health. Engage students interested in science and health with interactive quizzes that test their knowledge of important STEM topics!
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