Mix it, split it, bend it, reveal it with a light and color experiment, the possibilities are endless! No matter what age group you teach, Educational Innovations has something for your classroom. Teaching primary colors to your elementary school students? There are plenty of color mixing experiments that will excite them. Introducing the concept of light bending to high schoolers? Beam them up some learning using lasers combined with prisms, mirrors and lenses. You'll find plenty of materials for a science project on light properties as well, plus much more.
From science fair projects to home school activities, our products can create light and color experiments to fascinate, motivate and illuminate your class. Whether it's Prism Glasses or Color Filter Paddles you need, you'll find it at Educational Innovations. If you need more light and color experiment ideas, check out some of our related blog posts. We want to help you teach lessons that are as bright and colorful as your students!
What is that color? Easy, if you're not colorblind. But if you are you will not see the same color that other people do. We can easily simulate this with some colored paper and special glasses. We'll need two pairs of 3-D Glasses to make one pair of Red Glasses. read more
We see hundreds of colors, but the colors we think we see are often not what we're actually seeing - i.e. many of these colors are combinations of other colors. 'Light's Story' is fascinating and full of surprises. It begins with knowing that radiating and re-radiating substances emit light.read more
During the electricity unit in my high school physics class, I like to do an activity in which students determine the effect of having batteries placed in a series circuit and also in a parallel circuit. We explore questions such as What are the similarities? The differences?read more