I made this student book to review what we had learned during our light energy unit. Because there is so much content to learn, I always found it helpful to spiral back and review previous lessons. This student review book makes it SO EASY to summarize the key points and concepts from your light energy unit! You can use it daily as you move through your study of light, use it at the end of your unit, or it’s a fantastic way to prepare for classroom and state testing.
This is a no prep, ready to go resource! There is a 15 page student review book that includes a vocabulary chart, fill in the blank pages, and a quiz.
*Answer Key included!
The fill in the blank pages cover the following topics:
-What is light?
-What are some sources of light?
-How does light travel through matter?
-Transparent, translucent, or opaque?
-What is a shadow?
-How is light reflected?
-How is light refracted?
-What is a lens?
-What happens when light shines on a prism?
-What makes up sunlight?
-What happens when an object absorbs light?
There are many different ways to use this resource:
*You can give students the book at the end of your light energy unit, and they can fill in each page to review what they have learned. It can also be used as a study tool.
*You can give students the book at the beginning of your light energy unit, and you can use it as a guide as you move through your lessons. Students can fill in the pages as you teach your lessons.
*This is a GREAT tool for TEST PREP! Students will review all the important light energy concepts and vocabulary as they prepare for classroom, district, or state testing.
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Other Science Resources you may be interested in-
Light Energy PowerPoint Show, Interactive Notebook Activities, and Assessments
Light Energy Articles, Flip Books, Comprehension Questions, and Assessment
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