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More About Light Sources

In this worksheet, students will answer questions about light and dark and how we need light to see.

'More About Light Sources' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Light

Curriculum subtopic:   Light and Dark

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

We know when it is daytime because it is light. Daylight comes from the Sun.

Things which make light are called sources of light

Light bulb

The Sun is a bright source of light. A light bulb is not as bright as the Sun.

Candles are not a bright source of light, we say they are dim.

We can see because light enters (goes into) our eyes. Very bright lights, like the Sun can hurt our eyes.

When there is no light (when it is dark) we cannot see. We use lights in the dark so that we can still see things.

The Moon is not a source of light. The Moon reflects light from the Sun.

OK, so let's see if that makes sense!

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