Today we are looking at reflective surfaces and will have a chance to have a go at our own experiment! We will start by learning about objects reflecting light and writing our prediction. If you have the resources to complete the experiment yourself at home then please do have a go, the instructions and equipment needed are listed in the video. However, if you do not have the resources please do not worry! I have got the images of the results from Mr. Walsh's experiment, which we are able to use to record some results. There is a 1*, 2* and 3* challenge in todays work, which is also explained in the video and a short plenary activity too. This is an exciting experiment to find our which material will be best to use for a new Hampton Primary School book bag, as we want it to be bright and reflective so cars can see children crossing the roads.
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