3 White- Science week

This week has been a ‘Masterpiece’!

In Year 3 we have been learning about the journey of light. We have explored light sources and electrical circuits. We have made torches and researched different light inventions. We used the VR headsets to learn more about the great scientist Galileo. Throughout the week we have carried out many investigations including water refraction, how light travels, reflective materials and shadows.

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Challenge:

Explain how light travels.

What is water refraction?

Research the Northern lights and share 3 interesting facts.

11 thoughts on “3 White- Science week

  1. 1.Light travels in a straight line.

    2.To change the reflection of a wave front.

    3.The Northern light are typically blue, green, red and purple.
    The northern lights start at the sun.
    It passes Mercury .

  2. 1.Light travel in a straight line
    2. Water refraction is when air into water.

    1.The northern lights are found in Iceland, Finland, Alsaka, Canada, Greenland and NorWay.
    2. It is called the Aurora Polaris.
    3. The colours of the northern lights arepink, green, yellow, blue, violet, and occasionally orange and white.

  3. Explain how light travels.
    Light travels in straight lines.
    What is water refraction?
    It is when water is put on a pice of paper and goes the opposite side.
    Research the Northern lights and share 3 interesting facts.
    You can only find the nothen lights in really cold places.It needs to
    be very dark.When you see the northern lights it will look like they are dancing.

  4. 1.Light travels in straight lines because if it didn’t hit the target it wouldn’t reflect.
    2.Water refraction means when there are tow lines and they switch.
    3.In the most intense Northern lights area [notably Alaska lceland Northern Scandinavia and Yukon]the light are observed from late August.

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  5. I light travels in straight lines. Water refraction is when you have a jar full of water and paper with some thing written on it and it will go the other way round. The northern lights come from a flame from the sun. You can only see them were it is every cold. You can’t see them all the time.

  6. 1.Light travels in a straight line because if it was in a wonky line it won’t reflect to our eyes.
    2.Water refraction is water that’s changing the image so if there was 2 different colour lines they would both switch areas.
    3.The Northern Lights are made by a aura outside the Earth that’s called the magnetic field. The most common colour is green in the Northern Lights.
    The Northern Lights can be seen in Scotland,IceLand and Canada because they are some of the coolest places you can see them.You can only see the Northern Lights at a pacific time of the year so if you did go and you didn’t see them that means you went a bit to early to see the awesome Lights in the sky.

  7. light travel In straight lines so the light goes on the teddy and on the mirror and to the person who is holding the mirror will go to the person’s eye.
    The Northen lights are in Scotland.
    The most used colour in it wa green.
    The Northen lights has some light colors in.

  8. 1. Light travel in a straight line
    2. Water refraction is when air into water.

    1. The northern lights are found in ICELAND, FINLAND, ALASKA, CANADA, GREENLAND and NORWAY.
    2. It is called Aurora Polaris
    3.The colours of the northern lights arepink, green, yellow, blue, violet, and occasionally orange and white.

  9. Light travels in very straight lines because if it was wonky it might not be able to hit the target
    Water refraction is when the light bends
    An aurora, sometimes referred to as polar lights, northern lights, southern lights, is a natural light display in the Earth’s sky, predominantly seen in the high-latitude regions.
    Other planets have the north end lights
    They are visible from space

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