HAVING FUN WITH PRISMS
Prisms can provide such a fun, hands-on way for kids to observe light. Here are some ways to use prisms with preschoolers, kindergartners, and elementary students.
- Discover how different things look when observed through a prism – see three things w/ three sides to the prism
- Use colored pencils to color over their rainbows created by the prisms on white paper
- With 2 prisms, refract the white light to full spectrum and back again
Find out whether white light can be separated into different colors and simulate how natural rainbows are made
- Why does a prism create a rainbow from white light?
- What are the colors of the rainbow?
- How do you think a natural rainbow is created?
- Flashlight with white light bulb
- A piece of cardboard opaque enough to block light
- Hole punch
- A glass prism (can be obtained at a science store)
- Paper nd pencil
- Punch a hole in the cardboard.
- Place the prism on a flat surface.
- Do in the Dark or under dim lights. Shine the flashlight on the cardboard through the hole and direct it at the prism. What do you see?
- Now place the second prism in front, but at a slightly different angle than the first one. What happens?
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