Students see their reflection every day, but do they know where the image comes from? Introduce your students to the familiar, yet unusual, world of mirrors. Students explore the properties of mirrors through the course of five different investigations. They begin with simple activities to learn the basics-images and reflection. Through experimentation they learn more abstract concepts using multiple mirrors, and convex and concave mirrors. A perfect introductory mirrors kit for beginning physical science students. The large plastic mirrors are high quality, safe and durable. They will easily stand up to years of student use and abuse. Detailed teacher's guide and student worksheets are provided. Enough reusable materials for 10 groups of students.
Additional ResourcesNo Additional Resources at the time.
Flinn Catalog/Reference Manual Page 730
Flinn Middle School Catalog/Reference Manual Page 455
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