Crack the code – part 2

We have another code for you to crack!

In this post, we spelled a secret word using the dots and lines from Morse code. Did you know that Morse Code was actually created to let people communicate using sound or light signals? In Morse code, each dot represents a short sound or flash. Each line represents a long sound or flash.

Grab a piece of paper and pencil and listen to the sound recording below. See if you can use the Morse code chart to figure out the secret word we’re sending you! After you figure it out, create your own secret word in Morse Code using sound or light signals. You could tap it out, play it on a drum or other instrument, or turn a flashlight on and off. Take a video and share it with us — let’s see if we can crack your code!

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