How are shadows made outside in the daytime? Provide some evidence to support your answer.
Can shadows be made inside the classroom? If so, how?
Do outside shadows change during the day? If so, how? Refer to the pole or stick the class observed outside if needed.
Think about the time between observations of the pole’s shadow. What happened?
What does this (the answer to #4) tell you about the sun’s position in the sky?
Yes, if you get a light or if the sunlight goes through a window, shadows can be made if you're in the right spot.
Yes, shadows go up and down and to the West. It depends on the time of day. When it's noon, the shadows get shorter because the sun is very high in the sky. In the beginning and ends of the day, it's a very long shadow because the sun is lower in the sky.