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Science Experiment - Angles of Reflection

PDF | 5 pages|Grades: 5 - 6 | Starter Sheet

A science experiment that explores reflected light.

Can we make predictions about where light will be reflected? Let’s investigate!

This Physical Sciences experiment allows students to investigate the relationship between the angles of incidence and reflection. It also allows young scientists to demonstrate their ability to design a fair test and follow the experiment procedure.

Students follow the scientific method to conduct the experiment in small groups and then complete the worksheet provided.

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