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An Eye-Opening Lesson

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Students in Jennifer Kelly’s fourth-grade class at Deauville Gardens East Elementary School made pinhole cameras during their science unit on plant and animal structures. The students have been learning about the basic structures of the human eye and investigating what happens to the images when light hits the retina. The fourth-graders learned that when light reflects or bounces off an object, the light enters the eye and reads the information upside down and backward.