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Shadow investigation

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Last updated 01 April 2013, created 17 August 2010, viewed 14,652

On a sunny day draw around each other to investigate what happens to shadow position and length throughout the day. Begin to try and explain it. Put the findings on a graph. Play some different shadow games. Suitable for Y3 pupils.

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    LKS2_Sc_Y3_SB_Sun_&_Shadows[1].doc (33kb, Word document)
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    ScR_SB_LKS2_Y3_Sun_&_Shadows[1].doc (32kb, Word document)
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Thank you, very helpful,

from chocolover, 01 April 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Useful worksheets - thanks.

from historyhero, 31 October 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Useful lesson plan, ideas and resources for teaching about how shadows change.

from lizzhall, 21 February 2012
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