Note: A parent should always be present when the children are conducting any science experiment at home. Even the simplest experiments have major potential for trouble if done wrong.
Some other great fun for lasers:
- Use an aersol spray in the laser beam path in a dark room so you can see the laser beam path.
- Shine the laser through an ice cube in a dark room
- Fill a clear class with water, then add two or three drops of milk to the water to make the beam visible. Move the glass slowly across the laser beam and see what happens.
- Try pointing a laser into a prism to see what will happen.
- Shine the laser through red jello square to see what will happen. Try an oval, a triangle, or other shapes.
From Walt Disney Animation Studios, the team behind “Frozen” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” comes “Big Hero 6,” an action-packed comedy-adventure about the special bond that develops between Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit), a plus-sized inflatable robot, and prodigy Hiro Hamada (voice of Ryan Potter). When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago (voice of Jamie Chung), neatnik Wasabi (voice of Damon Wayans Jr.), chemistry whiz Honey Lemon (voice of Genesis Rodriguez) and fanboy Fred (voice of T.J. Miller). Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called “Big Hero 6.” Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring breathtaking action with all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Big Hero 6” is directed by Don Hall (“Winnie the Pooh”) and Chris Williams (“Bolt”), and produced by Roy Conli (“Tangled”). The film hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014. For more information, check out www.Disney.com/BigHero6, like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/DisneyBigHero6, and follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/DisneyAnimation.
BIG HERO 6 opens in theaters everywhere on November 7th!