Light project

Illuminate your space with these creative light project ideas. Discover how to enhance the ambiance of your home with unique lighting projects that are easy to DIY.
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Design, Build, Reiterate, and Light It Up! - Circuits and Engineering: This has definitely been the hardest year I have ever experienced within my 15 years of teaching middle school students, and I am sure it has been just as tough if not tougher for the students. I have always been a big advocate for minimizing screen…

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Farida
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We love rainbow science, and this STEAM / STEM light activity using a blank CD and paper is a really fun one! Not only will kids create rainbow reflections with the CD, but they’ll use paper to alter the patterns of the light. Follow our Science for Kids and STEM for Kids Pinterest boards! …

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Xsunshell
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Cardboard Spectrometer, Rainbows in Your Pocket: Maybe you had noticed that different light sources give a wide variety of sights and sensations, especially due to colors revealed by illuminated objects. It can be true that some very nice pieces of furniture bought in a well lightened showcase, or…

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Ashley Picco Photography
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Are you looking for a simple circuit project for Adventures in Science, an elective adventure for Cub Scout Webelos and Arrows of Light? You'll find it here! This one is so easy--no stripping wires! Instead, it uses copper tape. Click on over to find out what that is!

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Lisa Marshall