Showing 17 experiments that use the Wireless Light Sensor.

Advanced Placement / Environmental Science

Weather in a Terrarium

In this lab, students will design and conduct an investigation of weather using a closed system, weather sensor, and light sensor to help identify...

Source: Advanced Environmental & Earth Sciences

Elementary

Light and Dark

In this lab, students use a light sensor to determine how light is related to what they see.

Source: Elementary School Science Teacher Guide

Elementary

Hunting with Light

In this lab, students use a light sensor to compare how organisms, including humans, are able to see. Then, they will compare the light sensitivity...

Source: Elementary School Science Teacher Guide

Elementary

Can Plants Survive without Light and Water?

In this lab, students use a light sensor to explore whether plants need light and water to survive and what adaptations help them survive.

Source: Elementary School Science Teacher Guide

Elementary

How a Greenhouse Works: Light

In this lab, students use a light sensor to determine how light or brightness depends on the angle at which the sun’s light strikes the surface...

Source: Elementary School Science Teacher Guide

High School / Physics

Inverse Square Law

In this lab, students will use light sensors to explore how light intensity varies inversely as the square of the distance from a point source...

Source: Physics Through Inquiry

High School / Physics

Polarization

In this lab, students will use light sensors to study the effects of polarization on light intensity and to explore Malus’ Law.

Source: Physics Through Inquiry

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