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Light & Colour Experiments
|Water Drop Magnifier|
Water Drop Magnifier
Itís so simple to make your own mini magnifying glass. Hereís how.
Suitable for kids aged 4+
Small square of fairly-rigid transparent plastic (You can cut-up a clear acetate sheet, or a transparency available from art...
Make your own translucent photometer out of paraffin wax that can read light and colour.
Suitable for kids aged 6+ with parental supervision
If you are unable to source your own paraffin wax blocks you will need to make your own. Wax blocks must...
|Split Light To Make A Rainbow|
Split light without a prism
Want to make a rainbow but donít have a prism? Hereís a simple way to make one anytime the sun is shining. Youíll be beaming from ear-to-ear.
Suitable for kids aged 5 +
White wall (or large piece of...
Turns out thereís a lot more to white light than meets the eye. Here's a simple spectrometer you can build yourself, using just a spare CD, an empty cereal box and a pair of scissors.
Suitable for kids aged 11 +