Light Translucent Transparent Refraction Reflection

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What is Red?
ROY G BIV. This is what the R stands for.

100

What is Orange?
ROY G BIV. This is what the O stands for.

100

What is Yellow?
ROY G BIV. This is what the Y stands for.

100

What is Blue?
ROY G BIV. This is what the B stands for.

100

What is Indigo?
ROY G BIV. This is what the I stands for.

200

What is a theatre spot light, a flash light, and then a candle?
A flash light, a theatre spot light, and a candle. You are standing six feet from each of these light sources. This is the order of the lights from brightest to dimmest.

200

What is the light is not as bright when you move away from it?
You realize you can read a book using a candle, if the light is only a foot away from the book. But if you move the book three feet away form the light, you can not read. This is the explanation for this.

200

What is reflect light?
In order for an object to be visible, it must either give off its own light or it must do this.

200

What is the white light is made of colors?
This is what we discover when we send light through a prism.

200

What is light cannot pass through some objects?
This property of light best explains why shadows are created.

300

What is the light is reflecting?
Elizabeth, Blake, and Lawson all are holding mirrors. A light source is shining directly on Blake's mirror. The light source is also hitting Elizabeth and Lawson's mirror. This explains why the light is on all three mirrors.

300

What is absorbed and reflected?
The color of objects we see are determined by the color of the light that is not __________, but that is ________.

300

What is light is refracted as it moves from air to water?
I put a straw into a glass of water. It looks like the straw is broken. This explains why.

300

What is energy?
Light is a form of this.

300

What is the sun?
Our primary source of light is this.

400

What is straight?
Light travels in this kind of line.

400

What is translucent?
These objects allow only a little light to pass through.

400

What is transparent?
These objects allow light to pass through easily.

400

What is opaque?
These objects block or absorb the light.

400

What is opaque?
A piece of cardboard is an example of this.

500

What is transparent?
Glass is an example of this.

500

What is translucent
Wax paper is an example of this.

500

What is Violet?
ROY G BIV. This is what the V stands for.

500

What is translucent?
Tissue paper is an example of this.

500

What is translucent?
A green leaf is an example of this.

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