Subject: Is there a way to incorporate optical illusions into a science lesson?
Date: Tue Apr 3 20:12:11 2001
Posted by Laura
Grade level: 4-6
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Area of science: Physics
I am a future teacher and we have been asked to think of an interesting topic
we'd like to teach someday. Optical illusions have always interested me and I
think children will enjoy them as well. Is there a way to explain the concepts
to a child in the 4th-6th grade so that they'll understand? Any suggestions for
activities is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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