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A Beam Of Light
 
Straight Light Beam
Materials you will need:

* Flashlight
* Pencil
* Rubber band
* Foil
* Dark room

spotlight
 
Steps
 
1. Tear or cut off a piece of foil that will fit over the light end of your flashlight.

2. Position the foil to cover the whole of the light end.

3. Wrap the rubber band around the foil to hold it in place.

4. Carefully poke a hole in the middle of the foil with the pencil

5. Go into a dark room and turn on your flashlight.

6. Because light travels in a straight line you can move the beam of light from the flashlight to show different things around the room.
 
 
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