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These labs are perfect for helping students explore how reflection, refraction and absorption work. The labs that are included are as follows:**Student lab sheets are included for each lab, they have places for students to record their hypothesis, materials, observations and conclusions. (question and procedures are already on the sheet). Teacher explanations are also included!Lab 1: "What will happen to the view of the penny as we add water to the cup?" Students see how refraction makes it pos
To complete this set of task cards students will look at an example and tell if light is reflecting or refracting. A student recording sheet and answer key are included. Have fun teaching! Need more resources? This is part of a BUNDLE
This reflect, refract, and absorb cut and paste has students sorting through 12 different examples of reflections, refractions, and absorptions as well as their definitions. This product can be differentiated in several ways: 1. Students can sort both the definitions and what is happening to the light on a recording sheet. 2. Students can use the recording sheet that already has the definitions and just sort what is happening to the light for less of a challenge. 3. Students can use the recordi
This unit is the perfect addition to your science curriculum on reflection and refraction! It is completely compatible with interactive notebooks. Included in the bundle:Detailed teacher instructions embedded throughout;FOUR labs to activate prior knowledge and introduce your students to the concepts;Labs include student lab sheets and instruction cards;Light interactions flap book;THREE labs to scaffold and reinforce concepts of reflection, refraction, absorption, and light traveling through
Looking for resources to teach light reflection and refraction? This may be a great purchase for you! This bundle includes SIX best selling resources at a discounted price.Includes:Reflection and Refraction Nonfiction Passage and FoldableReflection and Refraction Task CardsReflection and Refraction Cut and Paste Sorting ActivityReflection and Refraction Color-By-NumberConcave and Convex Lenses Cut and Paste Sorting ActivityLight PostersNonfiction Passage and Foldable:This purchase includes a
This OPTICS Workbook is going to save you and your students so much time in your Physics and Science classes! This EDITABLE, 64-page workbook provides lessons and homework covering light, electromagnetic spectrum and types of EM waves, protecting yourself from the Sun's radiation, light production, properties of light, images in plane mirrors, curved mirrors including ray diagrams, refraction, index of refraction, total internal reflection, lenses including ray diagrams, the thin lens equation a
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5th Grade Reflection and Refraction of Light Slides and Notes focuses on how light behaves when it reflects and refracts, its movement in a straight line, and examples of reflection and refraction.If in Texas, this is designed for Science TEKS 5.6C.Because of the uncertainty with virtual and face-to-face learning, I included 2 options. Hopefully having this choice makes planning more manageable for you.Two Options1. Recommended: Traditional teacher-led presentation available in both PowerPoint a
The perfect notebooking activity for students to record definitions, descriptions, and examples of the properties of light energy. The foldable vocabulary notes include reflection, refraction, and absorption of light energy.Get 5 resources for light energy and SAVE with our Light Energy Activities BundleLight energy gives us lots of opportunities to let kids explore and do labs but we still want to make sure that they have good notes in their notebooks to use as a reference for homework and stud
Make refraction, reflection, and rainbow prisms ENGAGING and FUN during your light unit!These digital science activities and reading passages cover light refraction, reflection, and rainbow prisms. This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answer key.This product includes:ReflectionEditable passagesDrag-&-drop: match the answer to the question about reflection (what is a reflection? How does a reflection wor
Light energy vocabulary puzzle activities in print and digital formats offer the flexibility your classroom needs. Provides valuable practice with key terms like reflection, refraction, and absorption and includes an assessment. See the full list of vocabulary below. !! Save 20% when you upgrade to our Light Energy Bundle !!What's included in this individual resource?11 Printable vocabulary puzzles for students to match together11 Digital puzzles that students drag and drop to match togetherPrin
Our no-prep reflection and refraction of light energy unit will make writing your lesson plans a breeze! This science unit has everything you need to teach students about the ways that light energy reacts when it interacts with matter. Students will read a passage about reflection and refraction and answer comprehension questions. Then, they will complete a concept sort before taking an assessment. Your purchase will include both printable and digital formats.Need science sub plans? You will hav
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge of reflection and refraction. Full "Letter" sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided.Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simple steps, this can be made entirely digital! Just use the following tool:https://smallpdf.com/split-pdf(choose "extract pages")
These easy-to-use resources take time out of planning for your light energy unit. Students will be able to differentiate between different properties of light including: reflection, refraction, and absorption. Students will also be able to describe materials that are transparent, translucent and opaque. Foldable vocabulary notes support student learning and provide a place for students to reference during classroom activities. The task cards provide engaging practice with vocabulary and real-wor
Use these sorting cards to strengthen students' understanding of reflection and refraction of light energy. Includes 24 cards total: 12 cards with real-life images, 6 with conceptual illustrations, and 6 with text. Differentiating between reflection and refraction is a difficult concept to master. These cards can be used to support student learning in a variety of ways.As a station that students rotate through along with other related stations.As a fast finisher centerAs a warm-up or exit ticke
In this DIAGRAM science station, students read a passage about reflection, refraction, and absorption and observe how light moves through the water. Students diagram their observations then answer questions about the diagram within their science journals or on the included worksheets.This DIAGRAM station is also available in a larger bundle of 8 stations at a discount.Google Classroom™️ Components Include:► Google Form™️ with Reading Text & Differentiated Questions► Google Slides™️ with Ac
Understanding the basics of light, including reflection and refraction, is important for all science students. These fun activities will help your students explore and review these important concepts in engaging ways. From discovering the Law of Reflection through Laser Mazes to exploring reflection and refraction through an engaging Station Lab, your students will truly master these important concepts! This product contains 59 pages of activities and resources. In this product, you will receiv
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A fun and meaningful way to review light reflection and refraction. Students will cut out sentences and picture examples, then glue them in the correct column. Have fun teaching! Answer key included. Need more reflection and refraction resources? This is part of a BUNDLE Love cut & paste? This is part of a MEGA BUNDLE
My BEST SELLING product... for a good reason! This zip file is a HUGE time saver for teachers - covering 3 weeks of Optics lessons. It's also a great way to present your Optics unit. The powerpoint format makes it easy for you to modify the content - either add slides or delete slides according to your class' needs. This zip file contains: * Visually rich powerpoints - over 130 slides full of diagrams and animations * Colorful, custom animations clearly show students how to use ray diagra
These task cards are a great way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of reflection and refraction of light. This product contains 24 cards with multiple choice questions about reflection and refraction of light. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted. The same 24 cards are also available as open ended questions. Important: If you enjoyed this product, check out my other Science Task Cards: All of the
Create opportunities for student discussion about how light energy interacts with different kinds of matter. This set of 24 open-ended review questions help develop critical thinking skills and deepen understanding of reflection, refraction, and absorption of light energy. This activity includes both print and digital formats to meet the needs of your classroom.Save 30% when you purchase our Science Review Questions Year Long BundleEach question asks students to evaluate an image and then respon
This is a graphic organizer to use after teaching about the Behavior of Waves. Students must identify the wave behavior in the illustration and give a detailed explanation about how they came to that conclusion using evidence. A clue is given for each to aid with the image.This could be used as a formative or summative assessment.It is a word document so you are able to change the pictures, if desired.
Introducing Reflection and Refraction? This may be a great product for you! This purchase includes a nonfiction passage with text dependent questions and a interactive notebook activity. Your students will be light experts soon! Need more reflection and refraction resources? This is part of a BUNDLE
These resources are great for learning about reflection and refraction. They contain teaching materials (digital slides), low-prep printable experiments, reviews, and assessments. Everything your students need to gain a great understanding of how light waves behave is included. Hands on experiments with simple picture instructions and text for all abilities and learning styles, observation recording sheets, visual charts, and simple tools to gauge their understanding are all included. I use the
This presentation includes information on how light "behaves" when it comes in contact with different objects. The presentation covers reflection, refraction, absorption, and why we see different colors based on these actions. Great for distance learning!Also included is a chart activity where students are given a color object (red, yellow, black and indigo) and they must tell what colors are absorbed and which colors are reflected.The slide after the blank chart has the answers if you would

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