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When is a shadow formed?
When the light is turned off
When the path of light is blocked by an object
When an object falls to the floor
When an object blocks the path of light, what is formed?
When an object moves closer to a light source, its shadow...
stays the same size
Which will make the darkest shadow? Light shining on a...
sheet of thin tissue paper
wooden chopping board
Materials that light can pass through in straight lines are called ...
Materials through which light cannot pass are called ...
Where would be a shady place to stand on a sunny day?
In the sea
Under a tree
In the middle of a football pitch
Why do shadows made by the Sun move over the course of a day?
Because the weather changes
Because someone moves the objects
Because the Sun appears to move across the sky each day
When the Sun is behind you, your shadow is...
in front of you
Shadows made by the Sun are shortest...
in the morning, when the Sun is rising
at midday, when the Sun is directly overhead
in the evening, when the Sun is setting