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X-Ray Vision?? Grades Do you have "X-Ray Vision? Roll up a piece of notebook paper into a tube.

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Each team gets one point for each object found. Bring them back to class and have students match up similar colors. The rods, which work better in dim light, are in highest concentration in the sides of the retina.

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The team with the most total points after both searches is the winner. Try it! Teams must make a list of all the objects they find.

In dim light, the receptors in your eyes called rods are doing most of the work. These cards are about the size of index cards and show the variety of paint that is available. Did everyone in your class mix up the same color or did everyone get the colors correct?

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Just glue the wrap or wall paper to a piece of card board to get yourself a "Color Card. After the 10 minute search period, the teams come back together and the lists of objects are read. Now, change focus: look at the tip of your finger instead of the point 20 feet away. Divide players into teams.

For example, if the red team did not find a red apple, another team that DID find the red apple will get one point. The color picked will be the name of the team. However, the rods do not provide any forr about color. Light is bent further by the lens of the eye in a process called accommodation. Turn on the lights and see if your guesses were correct.

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Hold the tube right next to the bottom of your left "pointer" finger in between you thumb see figure below. What you should see is a hole in your left hand!! Materials: Colored paper about five different colors Accommodating Accommodation Grades When light enters the eye, it is first bent refracted by the cornea. So if you look "off-center" at the star, its image will fall on an area of the retina that has more rods! Get a variety of sample "color cards" from your local paint store.

Check it out for yourself: Get five pieces of paper of different colors such as different colored typing paper or construction paper. A flatter lens refracts less light. Then write on each piece of paper the color you think that paper is.

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Write the words "blue", "red", "yellow", "orange" and "green" on separate pieces of paper. Have one member of each team pick a paper. You can also use samples of gift lookig or wall paper to make color or pattern cards. Hold up your left hand in front of you. When someone says "Go," the teams will have 10 minutes to look around the room for objects that have their team's color. Roll up a piece of notebook paper into a tube. Keep focusing on the point and raise one of your fingers into your line of sight just below the point.

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To bring an image into sharp focus on the retina, the lens of the eye changes shape by bulging out or flattening. This is because the two types of photoreceptors rods and cones in the retina perform different functions and are located in the retina in different locations. The other photoreceptors in your eye, called cones, are the ones that are used for seeing color.

The diameter of the tube should be about 0. That's why you cannot see colors in dim light. The cones, which are best for detail and color vision, are in highest concentration in the center of the retina. It is actually easier to see a dim star at night by looking a bit off to the side of it. The cones do not work in dim light. Dim the lights until you can just barely see.

Your finger should be a bit blurred.

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Your finger will come in focus, but the distant point will be blurred. After the lists are read, each team will get five minutes to search the room for colored objects that the other teams did NOT find. Here's how to demonstrate accommodation: Close one eye and stare at a point about 20 feet away. X-Ray Vision?? It should be in focus.