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Science Projects for Kids: Reflection and Refraction provides the opportunity to look more closely at the world you. For example, light is all around us. But have you stopped to consider what colors are inside pure white light?
In this article, you'll learn how to experiment with light. Sir Issac Newton discovered that light can be split into many colors -- red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet -- by using a prism. Keep reading to learn how to use a prism.
Find the end of the rainbow when you use a prism and a simple beam of light.
Click to the next page of science projects for kids: reflection and refraction to discover all the colors within a simple ray of white light.
For more exciting and fun science projects for kids, check out:
- Science Projects for Kids: States of Matter
- Science Projects for Kids: Spectrum of Colors
- Science Projects for Kids: Light and Heat