Physics 1 Unit Study: Light & Color

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What is Light? What are black and white? What happens when we mix colors?  How do we describe colors using RGB values? What is the electromagnetic spectrum?

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This unit study, recommended for students aged 7 -10, is a great way to introduce your student to Light & Color. It covers: what is light, seeing black and what, mixing colors, describing colors, and the electromagnetic spectrum. Purchase includes two versions of the unit study, one with medium-ruled writing lines and one with wide-ruled writing lines.

This activity takes around 1 - 2 hours to complete. Keep scrolling to the drop downs below for some great Light & Color reference materials and teaching resources we have curated for you.

To use this packet you will need a printer and eighteen pieces of paper.  For the unit study's 7 experiments, you will need the following materials:

  • a flashlight
  • a lamp
  • a closet or dark space
  • a prism (if you don't have a prism, fill a clear glass halfway with water)
  • cardboard
  • scissors
  • glue
  • a piece of string OR a pencil
  • red, green and blue paint OR play-dough
  • a computer with an internet connection
  • a remote with an IR LED
  • a digital camera OR a smartphone OR a tablet OR a webcam

Educational Curricula and Resources to Use with this Unit Study

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