Light Shadows (Dark Light, #3) by S.L. JenningsTwenty-one years ago, Gabriellas life was stolen from her before it even began.
Orphaned at birth and encompassed in a fortress of lies to protect her identity, she never truly understood her purpose on this earth. But now that she has ascended, embracing her destiny, the ghosts of her past have come back to haunt her.
Even with insurmountable power running through her veins, part of Gabriella is irreparably broken. And with old enemies working to destroy the tiny shred of normalcy she has left, shell be forced to face the ugly truth about Dorian, the man she chose to love despite his darkness.
Everything she loved is a lie, and everyone she thought she knew is a stranger. And now that Gabriella is about to be thrust into the battle of her life, she discovers that she may be fighting for the wrong side.
*This is book 3 of The Dark Light Series, the highly anticipated conclusion to Gabriella and Dorians beautifully tragic love story.
Year 3/4 Science - Light and Shadow topic
Did you know that we make all of our science session plan and resources documents available for free? Investigate what we need in order to see objects in a dark place and discover how light travels. Design a stage for a shadow puppet theatre and discover first hand how the light we see is really made of a spectrum of colours. Science Objectives i Recognise that they need light in order to see things and that dark is the absence of light. Weblinks 3 Little Piggies shadow puppet show from www. Shine a torch to reveal reflectors and high visibility items and discover why they gleam!
We need light to see. Light comes from different sources called light sources; our main natural light source is the sun. Other sources include fire, stars and man-made light sources such as light-bulbs and torches.
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Children investigate how moving a light source affects the size of an object's shadow. They predict and then measure the width of the shadow cast when the light source is at a range of distances. They transfer their results from their table to a bar chart. Finally, they attempt to explain the relationship between light source distance and shadow size. Children learn that we see things because they are either light sources that make light, and that we see them because light travels directly into our eyes, or they are non-light sources that we can see because light reflects off them into our eyes.