Nice Shades! How Light and Color Affect Sight
When Corey Hart sang that he'd wear his sunglasses at night, he might have just been curious about how color and light affect the way we see things. This engaging activity will guide you and your child as you make your very own pairs of snazzy shades, complete with lenses of different colors. When your child walks outside sporting these shades, she'll experience first-hand how sunlight works with color to create a fantastic new world of perception! This activity inspires your child to learn about science and the natural world, all while fostering a sense of fun and creativity!
What You Need:
- 1 pair of sunglasses
- 4 sheets of cardstock
- 4 sheets of cellophane, in 4 different colors
- Pen or pencil
- Scotch tape