l is for light December 17, 2009December 13, 2009 | || kristin || did you know that colored paper dividers that your middle school daughter thought she needed and then didn’t are fun to cut and make colored images on the screen when put on an overhead projector? good times. share:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)
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if you have white-colored flashlight, you may also cover it with the colored paper dividers (we call it cellophane) to make colored light. then strike the colored light to colored objects. The colors will change.
I’ve done it for my science club before the holidays. we learned about light just before the christmas break :)
hm…i think the projector also have the white light.
do you know that if you combine all the rainbow colors, they will become one color: white. Rainbow happens when the rain drops separated the sun rays (that is white) into 6 colors, beutiful and amazing :)
I have an old overhead projector just sitting on a shelf in the top of my garage. I need to drag it down and try this!
I have an old overhead projector just sitting in the top of my garage. I need to drag it out and try this!
Arg! Our garage-sale, vintage overhead projector bulb just burnt out and I’m having trouble finding a replacement. I want to play with with it!
Fun! Love using things in new ways. I’ll bet the kids loved seeing the different colored shapes on the screen.