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In this activity, learners build a tiny but powerful flashlight out of simple materials. Use this activity to introduce learners to electrical circuits and conductivity.
In this technology activity, learners light up the room with electrifying play dough creations. Learners use conductive and insulating homemade play dough to build simple circuits.
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In this activity, learners discover that our hands are not reliable thermometers.
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In this activity about electricity, learners produce a spark that they can feel, see, and hear. Learners rub a Styrofoam plate with wool to give it an electric charge.
Milli's Insulation Investigation
In this activity on page 2 of the PDF, learners test different materials to find out which is the best insulator.
Make a Speaker
In this activity, learners explore how an electromagnet works by making a simple one. Using this knowledge, learners design a diagram to make a working speaker using household materials.
The Power of Graphene
This lesson focuses on graphene and its electrical properties and applications.
In this physics activity (page 2 of the PDF), learners will explore the concept of thermal conductivity and learn the differences between high and low thermal conductivity.