A fill-in-the blank worksheet to accompany the Bill Nye Video: Light Optics. Students fill in their answers as they watch the video. Answer key included.
Note: you must have the video in order to be able to use this worksheet.
Video description from Bill Nye website: "Light is energy that normally moves in a straight line, but often something gets in the way. When light runs into something, three things can happen - the light can bounce off, it can go through, or it can be absorbed. Often all three things happen at the same time.
Light bounces off mirrors. You see yourself in a mirror when light bounces off your face, into the mirror, and then into your eyes. Light goes through glass. If the glass is bent or curved, the light gets bent on its way out of the glass. The glass in a magnifying glass or a pair of eyeglasses is curved so that it bends light, making things look bigger. More light is absorbed by dark-colored things than by light-colored things. Colors are made when some light is absorbed while other light is bounced back. Black things look black because when light hits them, they absorb almost all of the light. In outer space, there are objects with so much mass, so much material in them, that their gravity can bend the path of beams of light."