- NGSS: 4
- España: 4º Prim.
- Perú: 3º, 4º Prim.
- Colombia: 3º Prim.
- México: 4º Prim.
Available for USA (NGSS), Spain, Peru, Colombia and Mexico.
The composition of light and colors
Light illuminates the world around us. Thanks to it we can see things. But what is light composed of? Where does it come from?
In this unit, we will learn how light is propagated and its relation to energy, as well as the main natural and artificial light sources. We will also discuss the reflection and refraction of light, and how these phenomena explain the composition of light and the colors we see.
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Hand in hand with our character Elesapiens, this unit develops the following ...
- Understanding how light propagates and transfers energy from one place to another
- Differentiate objects in front of light
- Relate the reflection of light with the ability to see things and color
- Associate colors to the decomposition of white light
Abilities and competencies:
- Basic competence in science and technology
- Deductive thinking
- Cooperation and teamwork skills
Interactive notebook on light
Light from A to Z
Discover the light sources and the different types of non-luminous objects
Do you know why objects have colors?
How does light behave when it comes into contact with objects?
Classify luminous and non-luminous objects
Video in cartoon and text format
Investigate light and build an optical instrument
Discover how light travels and what it is made of