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

* Flashlight / tourch
* 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 / torch.

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 / torch.

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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