Aggie Lala. lighting. February 01st , 2017.
When decorating the outside of your home or business, one popular technique is to wrap trees, shrubs, bushes, railings, and even mailboxes with strings of mini-lights. Sometime referred to as fairy lights, these are commonly used to decorate trees, wreaths, and architectural elements both indoor and outdoor. They come in solid colors like red, green, or blue, in clear and multi-color sets. Each set typically ranges from 25 to 150 bulbs per string, and can be purchased at most popular retailors such as Lowes, Target, Home Depot, and Christmas Lighting Supply. It is common for multiple sets to be combined to form the desired length.
For this activity you will need a flashlight for each child or at least one for every 2 children so that they can share. Before class, cover the ends of each flashlight with a piece of construction paper out of which youve cut a happy face. Include a smile, two eyes and a nose. Tape the papers to the flashlights. You are now ready to play this activity.
The good news is that technology today is so sophisticated that many of these lighting types are stimulated with motion sensors. Thus, it makes the lamps energy efficient and inexpensive. The sensors allow the lights to be powered on at dusk and off at dawn. Wireless devices are also available wherein the power source can be mounted even without having a nearby electrical outlet or underground wiring.
- All the British fittings are designed and crafted in their factory which gives them flexibility to make changes to the actual fitting that would not be possible on any imported product.
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