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Make your own simple speaker so you can listen to your favorite radio station. Just wind a coil, attach it to a piece of cardboard or Styrofoam, hold a magnet nearby, and listen.
In this activity, you'll make an electric motor--a simple version of the electric motors found in toys, tools, and appliances everywhere.
In this activity, learners make an electromagnet motor to demonstrate the most basic method of changing electrical energy into mechanical energy.
In this experiment related to plant biotechnology, learners discover how to prepare and load an electrophoresis gel.
In this activity, learners make a 3-D model of magnetic fields by inserting a small, strong magnet into a sphere.
In this activity, learners build an electromagnet using a nail, a cork, a battery, and electrical wire. Use this activity to demonstrate how electric currents produce magnet fields.