Hoe werkt een regenboog?


De regenboog.

Een #regenboog is een prachtig natuurverschijnsel in de natuur. De kleuren zijn in mooie bogen naast elkaar gelegen en komen altijd in die combinatie als het weer ernaar is zo terug. Best bijzonder om daar eens bij stil te staan. Om er een beetje in te komen heb ik hier een leuk filmpje met wat uitleg. {NPO2}

Hieronder nu wat informatie over een regenboog. En ter inspiratie een aantal leuke ideetjes rondom regenbogen!

Hoe krijg je nu een regenboog?

De regenboog verschijnt als het tegelijkertijd regent en de zon schijnt, zodat het licht door de druppels wordt gebroken: zie daar, een regenboog met zeven kleuren.

Een regenboog.. het woord zet het eigenlijk al..het is een boog die je ziet als er vocht in de lucht zit..regen! Er schijnt door deze regen / vocht fel licht van de zon.

Hoe kun je nou eigenlijk al die kleuren zien?

Dat is best heel bijzonder, alle kleuren die zo in 1 boog samenkomen. Het licht van de zon lijkt geel of wit. Maar eigenlijk bestaat dat uit verschillende kleuren. Deze kleuren samen noemen ze ook wel een spectrum.

 Heel veel dingen geven licht, maar die weerkaatsen een licht. De kleuren die je dan zien komt door de weerkaatsing met onze ogen.


Het licht van de zon gaat door de lucht laag die om de aarde circuleert. Dat betekent de nodige gassen, stofjes en waterdruppels. Soms zie je bijvoorbeeld een mooie rode lucht of een heldere blauwe lucht. En de bekendste kleuren die we zien zijn duidelijk van een regenboog!

Wat is een regenboog en hoe ontstaat het?

Je kan dus eigenlijk wel stellen dat een regenboog een boog is vol gekleurde regendruppels. Als het regent kan je zo maar een regenboog gaan ontdekken. Komt er dan licht door de regendruppels, dan breekt dit licht en worden de kleuren apart zichtbaar.

De regenboog is rond net als de regendruppels. Je ziet maar een halve regenboog maar deze  is echt helemaal rond!


Welke kleuren zie je in een regenboog?

De regenboog heeft veel mooie kleuren. Degene die het meest opvallen zijn deze kleuren: Rood, oranje, geel, groen, blauw, indigo { lichtpaars} en violet { donkerpaars}



Wanneer zie je nu het vaakst een regenboog? 

In de vroege ochtend of aan het einde van de middag maak je hierop de grootste kans. Als de zon erg laag staat zie je het allermeest van de regenboog. Vanuit een vliegtuig kun je als er een regenboog is de hele cirkel hiervan zien! En je ziet het best de regenboog als je met de rug naar de zon toe staat!


Hoe was het vroeger toen mensen nog wisten wat een regenboog was?

Sommige mensen dachten dat het een teken van de goden was. In Noorwegen en Zweden dachten ze dat het een brug naar de hemel was. En er wordt ook wel eens gedacht dat er aan het einde van de regenboog, een pot goud staat! Dit is een bijgeloof die te maken heeft met Ierse legende, dat "leprechaunen"- kabouters,  vaak regenbogen bij zich hadden. 

Hoe is het nu? 

Nu worden we er vooral heel blij van. De kleuren spreken tot ieders verbeelding . Ook staan regenbogen tegenwoordig  symbool voor liefde, maar ook als hulpmiddel bij rouw. Het is fijn dat mensen dit op deze wijze kunnen toepassen en gebruiken in hun leven!

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Een leuke manier om een regenboog te maken is deze maken met je vingers en verf.

Foto: Nellie Lorse

Je leest hoe dit meisje dit ging maken via de onderstaande link:

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

Heb jij wel eens regenboog gel gemaakt? Gastouder Ineke van der Linde maakte dit met de kinderen en die vonden het superleuk! Wil jij dit ook graag maken bekijk het dan via de onderstaande link:

Regenboog Proefjes klik hier

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Heb jij altijd al eens gedroomd van prachtige regenboog lokken? Craftmama laat je met een handig filmpje zien hoe jij dit zelf kan maken! Bekijk het via onderstaande link.

Regenboog haar verven klik hier

Zou je ook zelf wel eens een regenboog willen knutselen? Zie jij al waarvan deze gemaakt is? Bekijk dan deze gekleurde regenboog eens van de Knutseljuf Ede en ga aan de slag via onderstaande link.

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

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Een bijzondere manier van een regenboog knutselen vertelt hier Bijlenie aan jullie. Klik op onderstaande link om te zien hoe je dit kan maken.

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

Regenbogen kan je ook knutselen van ijsstokjes. De Knutseljuf Ede legt je graag uit hoe ze dit gemaakt heeft via onderstaande link.

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

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Unicorns zijn vaak afgebeeld met een regenboog. Ze lijken ook wel wat "hemels"met al die mooie kleuren. Om deze Unicorns te plezieren bedacht De Knutseljuf Ede deze bijna eetbare Unicorn koekjes. Waarvan zouden ze gemaakt zijn? Klik op de link om erachter te komen.

Regenboog koekjes knutselen klik hier

Kan jij zien waar deze regenboog van gemaakt is? Ineke van der Linde maakte dit in haar gastouderopvang. Bekijk de werkwijze via onderste link.

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

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Deze bijzondere regenboog lijkt al wel ontstaan te zijn in het zonnetje! Galaxy vertelt je graag hoe ze deze gemaakt heeft via de onderstaande link.

Regenboog knutselen klik hier

Een regenboog lampion of misschien wel een leuk windlichtje? Met regenboogkleuren kun je er wat leuks van maken. Wil je weten hoe dit gemaakt is? ( Crea met Kids) Lees dan vooral verder via onderstaande link.

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68 Father's Day tips and ideas!
Father's Day tips and ideas! - Here you can get inspiration for a nice idea for #vaderdag . You see first26 ideasof submitted Father's Day Crafts. 1. Nice submitted idea ofShannon van vliet: “For a fart from a father” 2. Each Stepssent this nice idea in: “Ssst! My daddy's watching soccer! 3. This nice idea was sent in by:Danielle Rosendaal: With the verse: “With these pliers in hand, Daddy becomes the BBQ champion of the country! 4. Sent in byJolien of Pollaert: “My daddy is a champion he deserves the golden shoe” 5. This photo has been submitted byJacky Hook: “You are a rock” A beautiful stone with a heart! 6. This picture is fromAgnes Berendsen: The children of my host parent care haveLadymenBugs painted for the daddies. 7. This photo has been submitted byJudith Meys “My daddy's a splash” 8. This fun idea was sent in byGermaine Sipe-Meursen “At Bso De Tourmalijn we made a file for the daddy breeds.” 9. This photo was submitted by:Francine Piters “My daddy is a splash” Together with the childcare children made. 10. Chantal Witteveensent this nice idea in: At childcare we have mugs dyed/dyed. 11. This fun idea has been submitted bySiny Huiskamp: Children painted the wallpaper and helped with pasting, photo taken of the children, cut out and put on a black paper and drawn along with pencil, cut out and paste 12. Last minute Father's Day gift: bottle opener {Alie Express} Painted in guest parents' shelter ofIneke van der Linde. 13. Decorated work gloves made in the guest parent shelter ofIneke van der Linde 14.A nice idea sent inbyNaomi Jonkers! 15. Lonneke van Velthovensent this nice idea in: Father's Day presents... Papa, i love you to the moon and back 16. Ingrid Smeetssent this craft in: Fine carpentry old washcoats with a real hammer, lay wax paper on fabric, put parchment paper over it, iron with a real iron, insert a mini-coat stick in it, hang notes to note something on it... ready to go in the car! (made with the first kindergarten graders) 17.Brenda Levi Nackensent in this idea: Made for Father's Day only make a poem together with my guest parent child of 2.5 made 18. Ilse Kragtsent this craft in: Daddy is so proud! First day of daddy! 19 Shirley Luca Stubbesent this nice idea in: White socks, textile markers and nice to let go and the result was dad got his own happy socks from livan 😍 20. Claudia Spijker-Bossent this fun craft in: I got sunscreen and our 14-month-old twins hit on him. (With help from mom) .1st Father's Day gifte Are you looking for this writable sunscreen? Click here 21 Yvonne Yanira Valenzuela Bellosent this craft in: Happy Father's Day! These beautiful crafts made my babies. Greetings guest parent Yvonne 22. Petra Fisherman Storksent this beautiful idea in: Hand or foot of plaster.Put the hand in rubber alginate (available online), then pour in plaster (hardware store) and then spray silver. Aerosol from the Action. Tip: If you pour the plaster into the rubber model then tap well and shake so that the air bubbles come up. Also wait 24 hours before working the hand with an aerosol can otherwise it will scroll off. I had very nice reactions from parents when they got this ❤️. 23. Sarah Laenensent this nice idea: My 6 months in the shelter has painted a medal myself.. This belonged to a baby in my shelter. The 1+ have colored the star and banner with wasco 😉 24.This fun idea was sent in byMari Posa 25. This nice contribution was sent byMieke van den Berghe.A nice sea aquarium for daddy with lights! 26. Very nice and personal present... a foot rocket for Daddy. ThroughKristel of Assche Below you have 42 ideas for Father's Day! Father's Day map Coloring card Papa - Father's Day - A coloring sheet or a card.. nice for Father's Day! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Create a fun Mother's Day or Father's Day 3d map! - Make a nice card for Dad! Craftmama Read more How to make a color-changing magic card? - Craftmama Read more Coloring Father's Day/Dad's birthday - Read more Father's Day Coaster Crafts Mother's Day Father's Day crafting. - Make a coaster for Dad! Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Wooden coasters pimped - A personal coaster for dad! Ingrid Tips and more. Read more Father's Day on canvas Painting with handprint or footprint - Nice to give Daddy a print of a hand or foot. Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more #Schilderijtje for #vaderdag ! - You can make this frame yourself of canvas and a piece of newspaper! Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Creative gift for mom, dad, grandpa or grandma. - A beautiful heart and behind it the letters daddy and you have a beautiful painting Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Father's Day recycle gift Making tool case for Father's Day from egg cartons incl. template - Read more Father's Day Super Papa crafting - Read more #Krantenkunst for #vaderdag ! - A symbolic keychain for dad with drop keys made from a newspaper! Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Father's Day gift making incl. free coloring page - Read more Gift for mom and dad - A personal gift underwater with a text for father! Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Gift Diy Photo Frame Mother's Day - Father's Day - Beautiful frame of styrofoam lined with a newspaper for a nice picture for dad. Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Original Father's Day or Mother's Day gift crafting - A present oppimpen 2nd hands for dad.. read this fun idea! Mirelle-Crea with Kids Read more Father's Day Useful Ideas Father's Day gift tissue box decorating - Read more Father's Day key rack making from clay - Read more F1 Magnetic board making for Father's Day - Read more Ajax Magnetic board for Father's Day - Read more Making Magnetic Board for Father's Day - Read more Ladybug stone crafting for Father's Day - Read more Bee stone crafting for Father's Day - Read more Father's Day craft tip: Funny Memoclip samples of clay - Monsters for Father's Day! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Decorating tableware with porcelain pens - Read more Dady-varieties folder for Father's Day - A handy folder for “paparassen” De Knutseljuf Ede Read more Father's Day idea: Eye apple tinkering - Read more Make it - 4 in a row you make for your own daddy! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Quick Look at Father's Day - A nice look for daddy you make yourself! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Funny keychains from Krimpie Dinkie shrink foil - Ideas for a keychain for dad! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Popsicle sticks pencils and pencils - A beautiful pen holder for daddy! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Fast Father's Day Gift - You can make fun presents yourself by reusing! Eimhere. Read more It goes in the oven and it shrinks.. - Ideas for a keychain for dad! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Father's Day crafting - Of course, a sweet drawing for porridge should not be missing! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Father's Day photo or pendant idea Rocket crafting of cardboard for Father's Day incl. template - Read more Sidewalk crayons and photographing - for Mother's Day or Father's Day - On a sidewalk, make a drawing and take a picture! The Craft Teacher Ede Read more Photographing sidewalk chalk drawing for Father's Day - Read more #Vaderdag ! or birthday - For Daddy a big hug! Children's craft fantasy! Read more Also fun for Father's Day by Kinderknutselfantasie. - This idea can also become a personal photo holder for Father's Day! Devised by Kindercraft fantasy. Read more 5 cool DIY Father's Day gift tips - Nice tips for Father's Day of Aunt Koek. Read more Almost Father's Day! - Read more Father's Day Crochet Patterns The 10 nicest and FREE Father's Day crochet patterns - 10 fun crochet patterns from Aunt Koek! Read more Super nice idea! Children will love to scratch a beautiful heart magnet for a special person. Scratch a drawing on the specially coated surface and beautiful rainbow colors emerge. Each 95 mm heart has a scratch stick and a self-adhesive magnet. Check it out here Crea with Kids 2-12 years Crea with kids BSO 4-12 years Crafts with Children 0-4 years. Crea with Adults or mail to: creametkids@ziggo.nl creametkids.nl - Log in Do you also come to Yoors blogging about what concerns you, share your own craft ideas, read articles about health, current events? 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Brain injury in sports
Brain injury in sports - It is not unknown that the sport football has been practiced for many years. From small to large trains several times a week and plays competitions. Goals are made in different ways, but also a jump in the air, a duel where the heads of players often bump into each other, the ball that is shot so hard and can also hit the head and where you can get a concussion and then the head of the ball what one still often does is also what happens in football. And there was attention to that a while ago. For the umpteenth time. Is the heads of the ball wise to do and maybe we shouldn't avoid the heads of the ball?? Doctors of the UMC from Amsterdam rang the bell in October last year and asked attention to it. This is a result of studies that have shown that the head of the ball can potentially cause brain injury, including older dementia. Many hundreds of old top football players at home and abroad seem to be struggling with brain disease CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). It's not the first time the bell has been pulled. Erik Matser, neuropsychologist did this already in the nineties.  It is a subject that has been underexposed for far too long, and whenever only a little attention was asked to be paid to it by doctors, scientists and relatives of victims, the subject of brain injury was pushed to the head. One should not talk about it or start on this subject and denouncing signals seemed to be out of the question, because especially sports federations did not want to. To what extent is that harmful to the football cubs? You don't want to have a term brain injury attached to you as a football club. The KNVB says that if you head the ball correctly, you won't be able to get a brain injury. The doctors from the AMC dispute this and discussed it with the KNVB. Since 2018, there is a special KNVB poli in the AMC where athletes can keep complaints after concussion. At this clinic we are working on recovery, but research is also being carried out into the various forms of concussions and how these complaints manifest themselves. From the sports boxing and rugby we know the stories that athletes who have had to take because of the many blows to the head they have caused brain damage and in the longer term caused dementia. Yet you are now seeing small steps that are being taken to investigate and take seriously this problem of brain injury, including concussions and CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy). For example, at the 2022 World Cup in Quatar there will be “brain injury spotters” in the gallery. Their task is to signal brain injury among players. Teamdoctors on the sidelines sometimes overlook brain injury. After all, it is busy on such a sideline. A brain injury spotter can then give a warning from the stand to the team doctor if there is an event of brain injury. There will also be opportunities in the dug-out for the team doctors to see a situation where possible brain injury, such as a concussion occurs they can look back for assessment. Brain injury spotters have been in the stands for years in American Football and Ice Hockey sports.  Image of Phillip Kofler via Pixabay - What happens in your brain after a blow to your head? - Why is one now so attentive to it rather not want to head with your head at sports football? Research has shown that the so-called protein Tau that is produced in the brain cells and connects the nerve cells together ensures stability of the nerves and transport of substances. If this is disturbed by hard blows, the protein accumulates and disrupts the connection between the nerve cells. Due to that disturbed connection, impulses are no longer given, as a result of which the death of brain cells occurs. This is expressed in all sorts of complaints, such as influence on our thinking performance, poor concentration, sluggishness and you become forgetful. We often notice these kinds of complaints only when we get older and can even cause dementia. Millions of people are affected annually by PCS (Postcommotional Syndrome), or residual damage after concussion. If you do not map and deal with the residual damage on time, certain complaints will be permanent. When an athlete gets a brain injury during a match, they often feel dizzy, suffer from headaches and nausea for a few days and then continue training and playing competitions. The question is whether that is wise and whether you should not guide those athletes much longer. I recognize this situation with my own son who, after a fall down a staircase, initially suffered a concussion and also had these complaints and a lot of vomiting, but the complaints persisted and there was no guidance at that time.. It had to pass by itself was then said by the general practitioner. Until I explained to a pediatrician on my own initiative a month later what was going on and then, after a waiting list of 4 months, a rehabilitation course was started. The accident happened in April and in September was only the first intake interview. As a parent, I plead for previous guidance, but also earlier forwarding when signaling to the hospital. He lay there for an overnight check, but did not go through the CT scan, while the GP suggested that, given the number of vomiting and drowning. He also had been unconscious for several minutes. You can read the whole story in the blog at the bottom of this post. Image of Phillip Kofler via Pixabay - Why is one not heard? - But why is one not heard and it takes so long to take action? The studies in the nineties came despite the fact that Erik Matser, neuropsychologist who worked among others at the professional clubs Chelsea and Swansea and who in the USA and in the Netherlands was the first to call the bell stopped by sports associations and there was nothing with these scientific research. done. Dick Swaab, neurobiologist and Dutch doctor supported him in those years. For example, Dick Swaab noticed that people often do not notice that a ball already has a tremendous speed and so at that speed ends up on the player's head. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York also came to the same conclusion with the studies. Unfortunately, sports federations stopped this for years. In any case, it did not lead to the solution to quickly map PCS and if that had been started earlier one could have guided many athletes earlier to reduce their complaints. However, Erik Matser got right from UEFA last year. Heads seem to have an impact, and UEFA indicates that children should head less. For example, measures are being taken in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland to stop children under the age of 12 from training.. And more attention should be paid to the neck muscles to strengthen. Matser met FIFA last year to propose to establish an independent institute of sports neurology. So not one from the FIFA itself, but independently. The KNVB sees this differently at that time and thinks that children should learn to head at an early age. Yet it is strange that this discussion keeps going, because in other sports, such as hockey, skiing, cycling, helmets have been worn for years. A football goalkeeper would actually be better off wearing a helmet. Recently, the NRC wrote another news article about the whole case of brain injury sustained in the sports world. The NRC investigated the abuses that have taken place within the sports federations, that scientists were put aside and many harrowing stories of relatives of former athletes who had to deal with CTE. Image of Gerhard G. via Pixabay - My experience - When you ask me, as a parent of a child, what I think now that you should avoid the head of the ball while playing football, I say “Yes, avoid!” Why I say that is because apart from the fact that I have a son with PCS (Postcommotional Syndrome) and NAH (Non-Congenital Brain Injury), it has always found an unhealthy thing. Your head is a fragile part of your body and when I saw regularly on the fields and on television how hard it went in duels, heads of the ball there was a concussion, but also a ball that came very hard against a child's head and knockout went. There were also times where I thought, “Do you have to let a child through football so soon after a blow to the head?” It's often just a wet sponge in the face and through again. Maybe it's because I look at brain injury differently.. Just to be clear, our son didn't climb NAH while playing football, but fell down a flight of stairs. At first it seemed like a concussion, but the complaints persisted and became worse. Before the fall down the stairs, he was on football. He was pretty good at it and had a lot of fun. Until the accident occurred from the fall of the stairs and he could not play football for a long time. Yet he returned to the fields, but because of his NAH he couldn't come in the game anymore. Rehabilitation trajectories took place in revaldation centers and football was discussed there too.. Physiotherapy had to help him to become more flexible in his movements and he learned again to deal with stimuli and to play in a team. But we also received a very important advice home and it has always stayed with me. Your son can't get a ball to his head and no more heads. Then until the news came out on this subject, I had never read anything. You just didn't think about it, but it was definitely a point of attention. So yes, I understand that that attention is being asked by doctors, scientists and relatives of victims. And that attention was actually asked thirty years ago by neuropsychologist Erik Matser. I am sorry, however, that something that has already been noted in the 1990s is that we are now only a few steps further by 2021. In that sense, I can well see Erik Matser's frustration. So why does it have to take so long before one becomes convinced that brain injury can have far-reaching consequences if you don't map it in time and put the guidance on it.. With this blog and also my other blog that you can read below I hope as a parent that I can carry a little bit to bring this topic to the attention. Unfortunately, it is far too often, well a concussion, but the question is why are there so many examples of people who get a PCS annually? I think that a blow to the head, either by a ball, heads against each other, a football shoe that hits your head and so on should always be seen seriously than more serious. So do not just wet sponge on the face and a sip of water, but take someone into protection and do not bring more into the field. And also at least a few weeks of rest and no training, nothing. As I told you, I experienced up close myself what PCS and NAH completely changed the life of a child, parents and environment. If you are curious about the story, read the blog below. Image of Michal Jarmoluk via Pixabay - read more - Read the experience story of a parent of a child with PCS and NAH. There is also a nice handbook for children and young people with NAH. Title: I still love apple pie Not Congenital Brain Injury (NAH) and Congenital Brain Injury- What is it and what are the different - - Source indication: Research on brain damage in sport - Brain damage is there, but the world's largest sports federations are looking away - Study of head brain injury affected by sports federations - Whether or not helmet in football? - - Madeleine Bosch - Yoors blogger Want to read more blogs? Click on the photo and you will be on my profile. I appreciate it if you leave a comment on my blogs. Sharing is sweet! Madeleine - - read more - Read some general blogs here. Overview Blogs General - - #blog #blogging   #yoorsblogger   #blogger   #yoors #braininjury   #sport #football   #exonerate   #health   #health   #hersenschudding #cte #pcs   #experiencestories   - Do you want to read more about general topics or do you also want to work as a blogger? Sign in via the blue button below and you can start right away. welcome! - logon