This worksheet is a fun and easy way to teach children about where light comes from, and what objects produce light. Children will need to identify natural light sources such as the sun and lightning, as well as man-made light sources such as candles and lamps. Ask your children to look at each object, and then check off the correct box to tell whether it is a light source or not.
Light sources are everywhere, and the biggest light source is definitely the sun. Ask your child if they know that the sun is the reason the daytime is bright, and night-time is dark. Begin this worksheet exercise by asking them if they can tell you some other common sources of light. Then, look at the pictures in the printout. Help them follow the pictures of light sources to make it safely through the maze from start to finish.
There are many sources of light which help us see, and the biggest natural source of light is the sun. Before starting this exercise, ask your students to recall some of the sources of light that they know. Now, use this worksheet to explain to them that the more light a light source creates, the brighter it is and the more space it can light up. Help them identify the different light sources in the pictures and then check the brighter light source in each pair.
Note: You will not be billed until your free trial has ended and can cancel at any time. No strings attached.