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Telling your kids you’re going to fit out a foxhole radio will get many of them excited. This simple but clever makeshift radio is very easy to make, and it does work, you will be able to tune into local radios! Imagine the excitement of your students on hearing the first sounds.

What is a foxhole radio?

Since foxhole radios were first invented by soldiers in World War II, the presented activity can also serve as a lovely way to expand a lesson on World War II with some useful arts. Moreover, it is sure to be of great help in the Physics classes on radios, electromagnetism, sound waves, frequencies.

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