## Materials Required:

• Mirror
• Pawn
• Foam board
##### Procedure:
1. Set up a mirror on a flat surface.
2. Place a pawn in front of the mirror.
3. Observe and discuss the characteristics of the image formed.
4. Use the foam board to experiment with different angles and distances between the pawn and mirror.
5. Encourage students to document their observations and draw conclusions about the properties of images formed in plane mirrors.

## Materials Required:

• Mirror
• Foam board comb-shaped piece
• Torch
• Pawns
##### Procedure:
1. Position the concave mirror on a table.
2. Use the foam board comb-shaped piece to direct light towards the mirror.
3. Observe the reflections of light and discuss the concept of convergence.
4. Use pawns to examine the inversion effect in curved mirrors.
5. Encourage students to experiment with different objects and light sources to deepen their understanding.

## Materials Required:

• Mirror
• Foam board comb-shaped piece
• Torch
• Pawns
##### Procedure:
1. Set up the convex mirror on a table.
2. Use the foam board comb-shaped piece to direct light towards the mirror.
3. Observe and discuss the reflections of light in the convex mirror.
4. Use pawns to investigate how objects appear differently in convex mirrors.
5. Encourage students to make connections between the shape of the mirror and the characteristics of the reflected image.

## Materials Required:

• Convex lens
• Foam board
• Foam sheet screen
##### Procedure:
1. Construct a model using the foam board to represent a convex lens.
2. Position the lens to create an image on the foam sheet screen.
3. Experiment with different object distances and lens positions.
4. Discuss and explain the process of image formation using the convex lens.

## Materials Required:

• Foam boards
• Foam sheet screen
• Convex lens
• Transparent sheet with images
##### Procedure:
1. Build a projector using foam boards.
2. Attach the foam sheet screen at one end and the convex lens at the other.
3. Place the transparent sheet with images in front of the lens.
4. Project the images onto a surface and discuss the principles of light and image projection.

## Materials Required:

Red, yellow, and blue translucent sheets

##### Procedure:
1. Provide red, yellow, and blue translucent sheets to the students.
2. Instruct them to place two different colored sheets on top of each other.
3. Observe and discuss the resulting colors formed by overlapping the sheets.
4. Guide students to understand the concept of color mixing using primary colors.