First, you will need to download the Seemingly Simple and Optical Obstacles lab manual, which can be found here:
Eyes, what an interesting thing. While yes, our program EYES is very interesting, I am talking about the body part. The eyes that are in our head, help us see, and are helping us read this right now!
Have you ever stopped to wonder how do our eyes work? How do we see crisp and clear images, filter light, and comprehend what we are saying by working with our brain? Eyes are very neat and this episode will answer all those questions and more!
When you step outside into the sun or see the brightness reflecting from the snow, we need to learn how to protect our eyes from damage. The activities in our lab manual will teach us why accessories like sunglasses are so important!
Saskatchewan Curriculum Connections:
SE1.1 (j): Investigate characteristics of the five traditional external senses (i.e., sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste) in humans and animals.
LI4.3 (j): Assess personal, societal, and environmental impacts of light-related technological innovations including optical devices.
HS20-HB1: Analyze the anatomy and physiology of a healthy human.
Check out what we did last time by clicking “Super Sweet Slow Sand Filter”, linked below.