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Upper Elementary Science - II
4.5 Shadows

The objects that we see around us in our daily life can be classified into:
  • Transparent objects
  • Translucent objects
  • Opaque Objects
Transparent objects: These objects allow the light to pass through them.
Examples: glass, polythene ,etc.

Translucent objects: These objects allow the light to pass through them partially.
Examples: butter paper, very thin piece of cloth, etc.

Opaque bodies: These objects do not allow light to pass through them completely.
Examples: piece of wood, stone, etc.

Shadows: Shadows are formed when light falls on an opaque body. When sunlight falls directly on us that is during afternoons, we find our shadows shorter. As the noon passes we find the shadows elongated.

Directions: Answer the following questions.
Q 1: The cellophane that you use is an example of _________ object.

Q 2: A shadow of an object is cast if the object is

Q 3: Brick is an example of ________ object.

Q 4: Light rays cannot pass through a translucent object.

Q 5: Shadows are shortest during

Q 6: Light rays can completely pass through a transparent object.

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