Next Prev The focus lens of just about any laser pointer will serve as the macro lens on the microscope stand.
Punch a quarter-inch hole in the cardboard. Cut and glue a piece of foil on the card to cover the hole. Do not get any glue over the hole. Gently poke the needle through the foil. Make the pinhole round and smooth; the more round the hole, the better your microscope will work.
With the tip of a toothpick, carefully spread a thin layer of petroleum jelly just around the hole on both sides of the foil. Make sure to keep the hole open, free of jelly. With an eyedropper, squeeze a drop of clean distilled water into the pinhole. The petroleum jelly should hold the water in the pinhole.
You may have to tap the card gently to get the water in the hole. Point the flashlight upward. Place the object you want to study over the light. Look at the object through the water drop. You can study many things around the house.
Onion skin, salt, sugar, a strand of human hair, the tip of a pencil and insect parts are good. Ask to borrow a few prepared slides from your science or biology teacher. He studied other life forms, such as mites, lice and fleas. His findings led him to inspect with his microscope the blood of fish, birds, tadpoles, mammals and humans.
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