1. Be reflected off a surface! This means light bounces off it. Technically, anything we see has light reflecting off of it into our eyes. This enables us to see.
2. Be absorbed into a material! This means that light is soaked up (or blocked from going through). A shadow is cast on the opposite side of a material because light cannot pass through it.
3. Be transmitted through a material. This means that light goes through a material and is not altered in any way. It continues to travel in a straight line.
Check out the third graders claims and evidence from their walls experiments! Way to go third grade!