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Rainbow
Book - 2016
Afterschool Universe: Paper Towel Tube Spectroscope
Web Resource
Use a paper towel tube, aluminum foil, masking tape, and diffraction grating film to build your own spectroscope. For grades K-5. Use a paper towel tube, aluminum foil, masking tape, and diffraction grating film to build your own spectroscope. For grades K-5. Show less
Rain Before Rainbows
Book - 2020
Spectroscope Activity
Web Resource
Use old CDs, tape, and paper to build your own spectroscope. For grades K-5. Use old CDs, tape, and paper to build your own spectroscope. For grades K-5. Show less
I See Rainbows
Book - 2015
Catching a Rainbow
Web Resource
Explore what happens when you shine light through water. For grades K-5. Explore what happens when you shine light through water. For grades K-5. Show less
A Light Snack: Cookie Box Spectrometers
Web Resource
Use a cookie or cereal box and diffraction grating slides to build your own spectrometer. For grades 4-8. Use a cookie or cereal box and diffraction grating slides to build your own spectrometer. For grades 4-8. Show less
The Science of Rainbows
Web Resource
Check out this five minute video to delve deeper into the science behind rainbows. Check out this five minute video to delve deeper into the science behind rainbows. Show less
Leaf Filter
Web Resource
Using your spectroscope, explore the absorption and transmission of white light through leaf material. For grades 6-12. Using your spectroscope, explore the absorption and transmission of white light through leaf material. For grades 6-12. Show less
The Science of Light
Projects and Experiments With Light and Color
Book - 2005
SCOPE Citizen Science Project
Web Resource
Use your new knowledge of light and the color spectrum to help scientists classify stars. For teens and adults. Use your new knowledge of light and the color spectrum to help scientists classify stars. For teens and adults. Show less
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