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In this activity, a lightbulb is placed in front of a concave mirror. The actual lightbulb is not visible to the viewer, but the viewer can see the mirror image of the lightbulb formed in space.
In this optics activity, learners explore how many objects they can see in a set of mirrors (hinged like a book) at various angles.
In this experiment, learners construct an equilateral triangle using graph paper, a pencil, protractor and ruler. They also make a "laser triangle" using a laser pointer and front-silvered mirrors.
In this activity, learners explore the invisible infrared radiation from an electric heater.
In this optics activity, learners work in pairs to explore how mirrors work. Learners use tape to mark the angles needed to see each other's reflection in a wall mirror.
In this activity about light and reflection, learners use a special device called a Mirage Maker™ to create an illusion.
In this activity, learners use mirrors to write secret messages to a friend. Use this activity to explore letters, optics, and/or symmetry.
In this activity, learners explore the many uses of periscopes and how this simple device was designed and is used in many applications.
In this activity, learners test the Law of Reflection based on experimental evidence. Learners produce raw data and explanations based on their data: pencil tracings of incident and reflection rays.