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Exploring static electricity

Nick Oddo

Exploring static electricity

by Nick Oddo

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Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electrostatics -- Juvenile literature

  • About the Edition

    Experiments using common household objects demonstrate static electricity.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Nick Oddo ; designed by Edward Carini.
    SeriesAn Exploring science book
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ10.O25 Ey
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5911459M
    LC Control Number64013139
    OCLC/WorldCa10972335

    Discovery Education is the global leader in standards-based digital curriculum resources for K–12 classrooms worldwide. We are the home to award-winning digital textbooks, multimedia content, and the largest professional development community of its kind. In Classrooms Around the World. Serving more than 5 million educators and 51 million. Exploring Electricity – From Static to Current. Electricity VOCABULARY (the end) Static Electricity Current Electricity Electric circuit conductor ammeter insulator ampere VoltVoltmeter Circuit diagram. Positive and Negative Charges • All matter is made of atoms - at their centre is a.

    Static electricity free science lesson plan for preschool and kindergarten, with activities, books, and extended learning ideas. We use electricity every day to power a multitude of devices that we take for granted. Most people, however, do not understand much about electricity. We will uncover its mysteries by exploring static electricity and provide several shocking demonstrations (using bubbles and a Barbie doll) with our Van de Graaff generator.

      A class for both women and men who desire a better understanding of the concepts and practical uses of electricity. Topics include: using a volt meter, batteries, static electricity, A.C./D.C.. magnetism, electro-magnetism, series and parallel circuits, among others. 5th Grade - Science - Chapter 6 - Electricity and Magnetism - Lesson 1 - What is Static Electricity?


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page 32 cut-off text due to tight binding. Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : What is static electricity. What causes lightning.

These and many other questions are answered in this book. The interesting and informative text and accompanying activities will help young students in grades 4 understand science better. Static electricity. How is static electricity made. Lightning. Detecting static charges.

Electricity in. Because we were exploring electricity concepts, we also reinforced safety rules. Playing with static electricity. In a classroom of fourteen 3-year-olds, two teachers and I used elements of play and inquiry to introduce static electricity.

One goal of our lesson was for children to observe, make predictions, and then test those predictions. Cool Facts About Static Electricity. A spark of static electricity can measure thousands of volts, but has very little current and only lasts for a short while.

It has small amounts of power or energy. Lightning is also static electricity, and it is powerful and dangerous. Even though lightning is really dangerous, about 70% of people who are. Introduce students to the effects of static electricity and show that electricity is found in more places than lights and plugs.

Can static electricity make a balloon “stick” to other objects. Blow up the balloons. Feel the balloons and the wall. Does the balloon stick to the wall. Rub a balloon several times across the wool sweater or rug.

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It is a very basic introduction to charging by friction, polarization, and the attraction and repulsion between charged objects and particles. Within the activity there are 6 multiple choice questions that are designed to be concept questions.

You get to play with your balloon today exploring more static electricity. Materials needed: 2 balloons, piece of nylon material or paper towel, two 30 cm pieces of thread, small bits of paper, book, pencil and pencil shavings, piece of plastic wrap, tape.

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