Labcon USA Physics Light / Optics Light Equipment Concept of Light Teacher Version

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Concept of Light Teacher Version

Concept of Light Teacher Version
Concept of Light Teacher Version

This educational kit contains materials and instructions suitable for safe hands-on inquiry-based experimentation into the nature and properties of Light. This kit is primarily aimed at students in Middle School but may be used by Elementary or High School students by slightly altering the instructions. Instructions are also included for Science Fair activities and optional Probeware/Data-Logging activities.

Experiments that can be performed include:

    What is light?
    How does light travel?
    How do lenses effect light?
    How do mirrors affect light?
    ...and more!

Items included in the kit:

  • Acrylic Prism Set of 6: Triangular Prism - 1, Half Round Prism - 1, Double Concave Prism - 2, Double Convex Prism - 1, Rectangular Prism (Brick) - 1
  • Wooden Storage Box for Prism Set - 1
  • Ray Box - 1
  • Plane Mirror - 1
  • Concave Mirror - 1
  • Newton Color Disc - 1

Included Labs:

1. What is Light? (Class Discussion)

    a. How do we see things?
    b. What is a ray?

2. How does light travel?
    a. Experiment with rays
    b. Where did the light go?

3. How do lenses affect the passage of light?
    a. Working with the Block
    b. Working with the Prisms
    c. Working with the Single Convex Lens
    d. Working with Double Concave Lens
    e. Working with the Double Convex Lens
    f. Working with multiple lenses
    g. Why do we use lenses?

4. How do mirrors affect the passage of light?
    a. Absorbed, and Passing Through, What else can Light Do?
    b. How does a mirror affect a ray of light?

5. How does the shape of a mirror affect the passage of light?
    a. The shape of a lens did something, what about the shape of a mirror?

6. How does Color relate to Light?
    a. Does light have color?
    b. Can you split light into colors?

Catalog # KT1009-2
Shipping Weight 8.00 lbs
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