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Lesson Worksheet: Light and Materials Science

In this worksheet, we will practice investigating how different materials react to light in order to define and categorizing them as transparent, translucent or opaque.

Q1:

Which of the following does Chloe need to be able to see her cat?

Little girl with kitten face to face lying on floor together
  • AShadows
  • BLight
  • CDark

Q2:

Pick the transparent material.

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q3:

Which of Matthew’s cups is made from a translucent material?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q4:

This toy is opaque.

Wooden toy train with colorful blocs

Fill in the blank: An opaque material light through.

  • Alets some
  • Bdoes not let any
  • Clets all

Q5:

The view through Scarlett’s bathroom window is not clear because only some light gets through.

Orange plastic cup holding three toothbrushes

Which word describes Scarlett’s window?

  • AOpaque
  • BTransparent
  • CTranslucent

Q6:

The view through Sophia’s bedroom window is clear because all the sunlight can pass through.

Pretty styled pink pastel girls bedroom.

Which word describes Sophia’s window?

  • ATranslucent
  • BOpaque
  • CTransparent

Q7:

Look at these groups of materials.

Which group does the material of this brick belong to?

Brick
  • AOpaque
  • BTranslucent
  • CTransparent

Q8:

Hannah tests out how light passes through three different materials by putting her hand behind each material. Here are her results.

Which material is opaque?

Q9:

Pick the toy made from an opaque material.

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q10:

Fares is testing how light travels through different materials. Pick the correct method.

  • A
  • B

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