Activity 1: Sometimes light
is absorbed and reflected, as with the moon. We can see how much light
the moon absorbed on your birthday. Activity 1: Type your
complete birthday (month, day, year) in a Neo file and use this website how
much light the moon absorbed on your birthday to discover and record
the fraction amount from the website investigation.
Activity 2: Light
affects color. When you put more light in, the colors add. The more
colors you put in, the closer you get to white, the mixture of all
colors. With light, though it seems weird, red and green make yellow.
The other two combinations are more intuitive: Red and blue make
MAGENTA; blue and green make CYAN. Go to the Science
Lab and apply what you know to form colors online. Be sure to
answer the questions in your Neo file.
Activity 3: Light and funny
mirrors. Why do people look so different in mirrors? Visit
this website. Answer the question in your Neo file.
Activity 4: Light
patterns are always changing. Read why and Make your own Kaleidoscope
Integrated Classroom Activity.
Created January 16, 2006
Updated: January 25, 2006
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