Overview from Alberta Education:...learn about light by studying the effects of light...They learn about light sources, about materials that light can pass through and about what happens when a material blocks or changes the path of light. By observing shadows and their motions relative to a
light source, students discover that light and shadows fall along a predictable path. They discover that mirrors, prisms and a variety of other materials can affect that path...
Light energy -- How to be a real scientist -- Lights out! -- Clever cameras -- Bouncing rays -- Magical mirrors -- See above your head -- Kaleidoscope crazy -- Bending light -- Magnify me! -- Rainbow light -- Color crazy -- Light for sight -- Results and answers -- Further information.
Explores core physical science for lower-elementary students and English language learners in relation to sound, light, and color. The program defines new terms and explores how they are related. These terms include vibrate, eardrum, vocal cord, particle, and shadow, among others.
Introduces light's sources, components, forms, and movement, as well as humans' perception of light.
WinterCandle Winter Candle is a touching book that explores traditions, holidays, diversity and sharing. One candle makes a journey through the neighbor’s homes sharing light and beauty with them all, in many different ways.