Featured in PASCO’s Elementary School Science Teacher Guide
Features 29 inquiry based labs designed for elementary students and coordinated with the standards for life, earth and physical sciences.
Use a temperature sensor to determine how light intensity or brightness depends on the angle at which the sun's light strikes the surface of the ground and how this changes throughout the day.
To understand this content, students:
Reflector lamp or desk lamp with 60-watt incandescent light bulb
Shoebox or cardboard box of comparable size
White legal size typing paper, white butcher
paper or white bulletin board paper, 21 cm × 28 cm (8.5 in. × 11 in.) - 2 to 3 sheets
Clear or transparent plastic wrap, 30-cm (12 in.) - 1 piece
Wax paper, 30-cm (12 in.) - 1 piece
Glad Press 'N Seal® Wrap, 30-cm (12 in.) 1 piece
Any other translucent material, such as parchment paper, paper towels, or sheer material, 30-cm (12 in.) - 1 piece
Transparent adhesive tape ~30 cm
Metric ruler and a meter stick
This experiment may require software and an interface for data collection.