Science Experiments – Jello Lenses

I know I haven’t mentioned science experiments in a while. We’ve been doing them, but some of them just aren’t very exciting and so aren’t worth the mention.

And lately there have been more of them. Our curriculum has been doubling up on subjects: We’re still doing magnitism experiments, but also experiments on light.

One of the cool ones that we’ve done recently was to make our own lenses–out of Jello. We got molds for a convex, concave and flat lenses, and we had to make Jello in them.

Question is, can you tell which is which? Leave a comment if you’d like.

Lens 1:

Jello lens

Lens 2:

Jello lens

Lens 3:

Jello lens


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