In Science, we have always heard about Photosynthesis, but we have never observed it closely. So, today we will make a Photosynthesis Working Model, which will help us to understand the photosynthesis process in more detail. Let us begin to build the working model.
Let us have a look at the list of supplies required for making the Photosynthesis Working Model. They are as follows:
- Bulb Holder
- Yellow Colour Paint
- Plastic Container
- Plastic Boxes
- Blue and Green Paper
- Paint Brush
- Measuring Scale
Steps To Make Photosynthesis Working Model
Step 1: Firstly, take a bright white-colored light and paint it with yellow color.
Painting the Bulb
Step 2: Take yellow colored paper and cut it in a zigzag manner.
Cutting the Strip
Step 3: Slowly stick the yellow-colored strip on the light.
Sticking the Strip on Bulb
Step 4: Take a plastic container and plant the small plant in it.
Planting the Plant in a Container
Step 5: Take a cardboard and stick blue paper over it
Sticking Blue Coloured Paper on the Cardboard
Step 6: Make a small circular hole
Making a Small Hole
Step 7: Take some small boxes and stick them on the backside of the cardboard
Sticking the Small Boxes
Step 8: Fit the light holder in the circular hole
Fitting the Light Holder
Step 9: Take another cardboard and stick green colored paper and stick the blue colored cardboard vertically.
Sticking both Cardboard
Step 10: Place the bulb in the holder and decorate it with clouds, birds and then place the plant.
Placing the Bulb
Step 11: The last step is to switch on the light
Switching On the Light
- We recommend you use old materials like a soapbox.
Things To Remember
- Make sure the bulb is properly connected.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.