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The Big Light Project (Part 2)

The Big Light Project (Part 2)

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The final part of The Big Light Project designed by Recolight and tailored to fit with the UK curriculum. This download includes lessons 6 - 10.

Lesson 6 - Pupils are asked to find out about the different light bulbs, their main features and functions.

Lesson 7 - Celebrate the importance of light by designing a light feature.

Lesson 8 - Pupils consider the importance of recycling and how saving the planet starts at home.

Lesson 9 - Pupils are asked to write a poetic tribute to the light bulb.

Lesson 10 - Pupils discover how a light bulb works by trying to make their own bulb from simple materials.

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