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Create a fun light show with your children and teach them about the attributes of light at the same time. Learning Objective: Introduce kids to the...
Get your children excited for the experiment by letting them watch this amazing video about how people use light refraction to light their homes. To ...
Optional: Painting supplies, Food Coloring, Bleach, Foil, Cups that fit over bottles.
I recommend regular sized bottles; around 16oz. Mine were a little small. If you are going to keep them for a while then you can put bleach in them, ...
You can also put tinfoil on the top of the box to help the light reflect into the bottles.
I recommend cutting a smaller window than I did or just eye holes.
My Daughter put her hands over the bottles to create a "light show". I brought some cups to help her out.
When light from the sun hits a solid object, like the cup, it is absorbed. When light hits the water in the bottle, it bends in all different directi...
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They glow in the dark?
It was awesome
It was awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great fun, really quick to do. Rather than the slit we lay a blanket over the side so we could all stick our heads in. Also added glycerin and glitter to the water for added sparkle.
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