In this live lesson your children will:
- Complete the Polarized light experiment
- Understand the science behind the experiment
- Be able to ask questions
You will require the following to complete the experiments: MEL Physics 'Polarized Light' box; a smartphone with a flashlight; corn syrup / sugar syrup / maple syrup; and scissors.
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Lesson duration: 50-60 minutes.
Want to take your learning even further?
Daniel Sullivan presents this lesson:
Dan is a super enthusiastic and experienced ex-head of science with over 20 years of teaching experience running science departments. He delighted in introducing truly exciting, inspiring practical science lessons that made learning and the voyage of discovering the natural world joy to experience. He is a hugely passionate scientist whose singular aim is to instill in his students a love of science, a fascination with the universe, and a lifelong habit of challenging all types of 'received wisdom'! All of this is, of course, done with a sense of mischievousness and fun!