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Interactive video lesson plan for: Reflection and Refraction of light - Introduction for kids

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Light can bounce off when it hits objects and it can bend also while passing through from one medium to another.

When we look in a mirror, we can see ourselves because the light shining on our body is reflected from the mirror back to our eyes.

If you put a pencil in a glass of water,you will find that the pencil appears bent from the point it enters the water. This experiment proves the property of reflection of light. In this elementary science educational video kindergarten kids,preschoolers,and primary school children can learn science of light and more.

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