How do you LIGHT Up your world ? Virginia SOL 5.3. Part II-Exa mi ni ng Li gh t with Hands-On Activities Compiled by, Marjorie Anne Wallace Elementary Science Resource Teacher 2002-2005, NNPS & NSF Coop Agreement. Welcome to a power point presentation on LIGHT.
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with Hands-On Activities
Compiled by, Marjorie Anne Wallace
Elementary Science Resource Teacher
2002-2005, NNPS & NSF Coop Agreement
Physical Science: Content Standard B
As a result of the activities in grades
K-4, all students should develop an understanding of light, heat, electricity, and magnetism.
Virginia Standards of Learning 5.3a-e:
The student will investigate and understand basic characteristics of visible light and how it behaves.
(*Key concepts, 5.3a-e, are listed in your teacher curriculum guide)LIGHT Standards
Did you realize cameras and camcorders are light detectors too?
#31 By passing white light through a prism,
you can tell-
*A Science Museum of VA:
Light Science Activity
*Slide info from NSTA 2004 conference
Radio-TV -Microwave- Infrared - VISIBLE -Ultraviolet -X-rays - Gamma- Cosmic
Tape three thermometers together and place inside box
Cut a small notch in the top of the box and position a glass prism so that the spectrum is projected inside the box
Arrange the thermometers so that one is just outside the red end of the spectrum, with no visible light falling on itConducting Hershel’s Experiment
(film or digital)
*PASCO Probe Activity OR
Prism Power Activity
He can get skin cancer!
Chandra X-ray Observatory
*Slide from 2004 NSTA Conference
(Eye of a needle);
WOW! All the rest are the size of molecules, atoms, atomic nuclei and smaller..
Part I examines: what is light? Waves, opaque, transparent,
& translucent, & sources of light around us.
Special thanks to NSTA Conference 2004 workshops on light!