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Science Makes Art: Light

Hilary Devonshire, Ali Ardington

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Art: general interest (Children's / Teenage), Science & technology: general interest (Children's

Understand the science of light by making art

Is the science of light a bit shadowy to you? This book will help you to work like a scientist: testing ideas, making investigations and doing experiments. But you'll also be an artist, using light and art techniques to bend light into a rainbow and decode mirror images - let there be light!

Science Makes Art skilfully blends science theory with fun art projects to encourage learning and creativity. It's the perfect series to introduce key science principles and for cross-curricular and topic based learning.

Using materials from around the home, the art projects include:
- Shadow puppets
- Stained glass window
- Reflective collages
- Colour wheel
- Optical illusions

Equipment and materials/ Light and shadows/ Opaque, transparent and translucent/ Reflected light/ Mirrors/ Bending light/ Optical illusion/ Further ideas/ Glossary/ Index

Ideal for readers age 8+.
Collect the rest of the series: Colour, Energy, Flight, Materials, Movement.

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