Dazzling Science Projects with Light and Color
How does light travel? Does light ever bend? How does light help you see? Can you mix light of different colors? Can you make colored shadows? There is so much more to light and color than what meets the eye! Learn all about shadows, rainbows, white light and so much more. The exciting experiments in this book will even give you ideas for your own science fair. All you need are some simple materials, most of which can be found around your home, school, or neighborhood. So grab your flashlights, mirrors, and garden hose and discover that physics is fantastic!
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
adult plug angle beam of light Bending Light blue and green blue bulbs blue light bounces off reflects cardboard back colored shadows cyan Danbury dark room dark shadow different colors diffraction grating dyes entered your eyes experiment to find explain the shadows Exploratorium file card grating in front green lightbulbs Idea light bends light comes Light Contains light hits light passes light shines light travels mix blue Mixing Colored Lights narrow beam NASA object absorb object reflects opaque paper translucent piece of colored Place light sockets plastic wrap prism Pull the cardboard raindrop red and blue red and green red light red object reflect light Repeat the experiment retina Science Fair shadow caused Shine a flashlight show that light slits sockets with red straight line substance—A substance Subtracting Color sunlight three holes three lights travels in straight Turn violet light water to air waxed paper white paper white wall window