This Video Worksheet is one page and has an answer key in a very simple format that is designed for quick correction.
This video is designed to help introduce Middle School students to the colors of light. We demonstrate an experiment similar to how Isaac Newton discovered that "white light" contains all colors of light, explain how prisms and water droplets can make the full rainbow of colors, and why we see "white" even though there is no specific light color called white.
We made this video and it is free to access on our YouTube channel, which is dedicated to educational content for children.
This is a 1 minute preview video: 1 minute preview of "Intro to the Colors of Light" educational science video. - YouTube
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- Google Forms (available to copy into your Google Drive)
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- Moodle (formatted)
- Respondus (formatted)
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Links to free educational resources we've made.
- 1-minute previews of our free-access K-12 science videos. We made these previews to save educators time when searching for science videos.
- Our page on the App Store: free apps for iPad and Mac to help students prepare for math, science and map tests.
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