Light is electromagnetic radiation which is visible to the human eye. In this lesson, students will learn about how shadows are made and will investigate whether the distance or angle of a light source effects the size of the shadow made by an object. They will be supported in this experiment and will create a line graph to show their results. Finally they will create their own shadow puppet performance.
This lesson is intended for Year 6 students but can easily be modified to suit lower KS2 and KS3.
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Science- Light- whole unit- Year 6 BUNDLE
Light is electromagnetic radiation which is visible to the human eye. This unit of work includes lessons on the following: - How we see things - How light is reflected - How light is refracted - How we see colour - How shadows are formed All lessons include an engaging presentation, lesson plan and the necessary resources. An overview sheet for the topic is also included. These lessons are intended for Year 6 students but can be easily modified to suit lower KS2 and KS3 students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
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