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Make your own Pinhole Camera
L'Oreal Young Scientist Centre
The L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre (LYSC) is an imaginative laboratory space for young people and their teachers to experiment and explore science and technology outside the classroom.

In the L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre workshops, students become a scientist for the day, testing their own ideas by designing creative experiments. The whole experience ignites a passion for scientific discovery and encourages curiosity-driven learning.

The LYSC offers half and full day workshops for students aged seven to 18, covering all biology, chemistry, physics and engineering.

Sessions are offered primarily to school groups of up to 30 students (from Key Stage Two onwards), and to home education groups. There are also various workshops available in the school holidays.

So with the summer holidays just weeks away, parents will be looking for activities to keep the kids engaged and entertained over the holidays, so they have a step-by-step video set to inspire and educate.

Offering an easy set of instructions to follow on how to make your own pinhole camera, the device will introduce children young people to the science of optics and is a great way to help instil a deeper understanding of the roots of digital technology.

 


*Photos from Google Images 
Make your own Pinhole Camera
L'Oreal Young Scientist Centre
The L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre (LYSC) is an imaginative laboratory space for young people and their teachers to experiment and explore science and technology outside the classroom.

In the L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre workshops, students become a scientist for the day, testing their own ideas by designing creative experiments. The whole experience ignites a passion for scientific discovery and encourages curiosity-driven learning.

The LYSC offers half and full day workshops for students aged seven to 18, covering all biology, chemistry, physics and engineering.

Sessions are offered primarily to school groups of up to 30 students (from Key Stage Two onwards), and to home education groups. There are also various workshops available in the school holidays.

So with the summer holidays just weeks away, parents will be looking for activities to keep the kids engaged and entertained over the holidays, so they have a step-by-step video set to inspire and educate.

Offering an easy set of instructions to follow on how to make your own pinhole camera, the device will introduce children young people to the science of optics and is a great way to help instil a deeper understanding of the roots of digital technology.

 


*Photos from Google Images