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Unit Introductory on on Electricity For: Lafayette For: Lafayette Elementary Elementary 2nd 2nd Grade Grade

Introductory Unit

Introductory

Unit onon Electricity

Electricity

For: Lafayette

For:

Lafayette Elementary

Elementary 2nd

2nd Grade

Grade

Mrs. Barranco

Mrs.

Barranco

By: Jon

By:

Jon D.

D. Wilson,

Wilson, NMGK-12

NMGK-12 Fellow

Fellow

Concepts Covered Concepts Covered  Electricity Electricity basics basics • electricity vocabulary electricity vocabulary • of

Concepts Covered

Concepts

Covered

Electricity

Electricity basics

basics

electricity vocabulary

electricity

vocabulary

sources of

sources

of electricity

electricity

Circuits

Circuits

basic definition

basic

definition

series and

series

and parallel

parallel

break inin the

break

the circuit

circuit

Concepts Covered Concepts Covered  Power Power Grid Grid • • basic basic parts parts of

Concepts Covered

Concepts

Covered

Power

Power Grid

Grid

basic

basic parts

parts of

of the

the power

power grid

grid

definition of

definition

of the

the parts

parts

Electricity

Electricity and

and Solar

Solar Energy

Energy Fun

Fun

electricity kit

electricity

kit for

for playing

playing with

with circuits

circuits (inquiry)

(inquiry)

solar

solar power

power kits

kits and

and car

car (how

(how itit works)

works)

– – Part Electricity I I AnAn Introduction

Electricity Part

Electricity

Part II

AnAn Introduction

Introduction

– – Part Electricity I I AnAn Introduction
is is Electricity? What  Electricity isis generated from the motion of tiny charged tiny

What isis Electricity?

What

Electricity?

Electricity

Electricity isis generated

generated from

from the

the motion

motion of

of

tiny charged

tiny

charged atomic

atomic particles

particles called

called

electrons and

electrons

and protons!

protons!

proton neutron
proton
neutron

electron

Protons

Protons == ++

Electrons

Electrons == --

of Types Sources used to to make Electricity Electricity  Thermal Thermal  Geothermal Geothermal

Types of

Types

of Sources

Sources used

used toto make

make

Electricity

Electricity

Thermal

Thermal

Geothermal

Geothermal

Nuclear

Nuclear

Hydroelectric

Hydroelectric

Solar

Solar

Wind

Wind

of Types Sources used to to make Electricity Electricity  Thermal Thermal  Geothermal Geothermal
of Types Sources used to to make Electricity Electricity  Thermal Thermal  Geothermal Geothermal

Pictures of

Pictures

of each

each Source

Source

Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
     
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
Pictures of Pictures of each each Source Source
 
do do we we get How Electricity?  Energy from one of the sources isis

How dodo wewe get

How

get Electricity?

Electricity?

Energy

Energy from

from one

one of

of the

the sources

sources isis converted

converted byby machines

machines

at the

at

the power

power plant

plant toto Electricity

Electricity and

and then

then put

put onto

onto the

the

Electric Power

Electric

Power Grid

Grid

Electric

Electric Power

Power Grid

Grid

Power Plants

Power

Plants

Transmission Lines

Transmission

Lines

Substations

Substations

Power Lines

Power

Lines

Transformers

Transformers

Electrical Electrical Wiring Wiring and and Circuit Circuit Box Box

Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!

Pictures of

Pictures

of each

each piece

piece of

of the

the

Power Grid!

Power

Grid!

Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Pictures of Pictures of each each piece piece of of the the Power Grid! Power Grid!
Your Electric Your Electric Vocabulary Vocabulary  Circuit Circuit  Transformer Transformer  Series Series Circuit

Your Electric

Your

Electric Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Circuit Circuit

Transformer Transformer

Series Series Circuit Circuit

Parallel Parallel Circuit Circuit

Insulator Insulator

Conductor Conductor

Proton Proton

Electron Electron

Life without Life without Electricity---!!! Electricity---!!!  How How would would you you prepare prepare your

Life without

Life

without Electricity---!!!

Electricity---!!!

How

How would

would you

you prepare

prepare your

your lunch?

lunch?

How

How would

would you

you wash

wash clothes?

clothes?

When

When would

would you

you gogo toto bed?

bed?

Life without Life without Electricity---!!! Electricity---!!!  How How would would you you prepare prepare your

Think

Think about

about all

all the

the luxuries

luxuries the

the discovery

discovery of

of

Electricity has

Electricity

has brought

brought us!

us!

NoNo Television Television

NoNo Radio Radio

NoNo Lights Lights

Inventors and Inventors and Inventions Inventions  1752 –– Lightning Rod • Ben Franklin Ben Franklin

Inventors and

Inventors

and Inventions

Inventions

1752

1752 –– Lightning

Lightning Rod

Rod

Ben Franklin

Ben

Franklin

1800

1800 –– Electric

Electric Battery

Battery

Count

Count Alessandro

Alessandro Volta

Volta

1805

1805 –– Refrigerator

Refrigerator

Oliver

Oliver Evans

Evans

1876

1876 –– Telephone

Telephone

Alexander Graham

Alexander

Graham Bell

Bell

1879

1879 –– Light

Light Bulb

Bulb

Thomas Edison

Thomas

Edison

1888 –– ACAC Power

1888

Power

Nikola Tesla

Nikola

Tesla

1910

1910 –– Flashlight

Flashlight

Conrad

Conrad Hubert

Hubert

1920

1920 –– Traffic

Traffic Light

Light

Garrett

Garrett Morgan

Morgan

More Inventors More Inventors and and Inventions Inventions  1927 –– Television • Philo T. Philo

More Inventors

More

Inventors and

and Inventions

Inventions

1927

1927 –– Television

Television

Philo T.

Philo

T. Farnsworth

Farnsworth

1945

1945 –– Computer

Computer

Mauchley and

Mauchley

and Presper

Presper

1954

1954 –– Microwave

Microwave

1973

1973 –– Internet

Internet

Vinton Cerf

Vinton

Cerf

1991

1991 -- WWW

WWW

TimTim Berners-Lee

Berners-Lee

1955

1955 –– TVTV Remote

Remote

Percy Spencer

Percy

Spencer

Eugene Polley

Eugene

Polley

– – Part Electricity II II Fun Fun Fun Fun Fun Fun with with Activities….

Electricity Part

Electricity

Part IIII

Fun Fun

Fun

Fun Fun

Fun with

with Activities….

Activities….

– – Part Electricity II II Fun Fun Fun Fun Fun Fun with with Activities….
Station # # 1 1 - - Magnets  Materials: Materials: • 11 set of double-sided

Station

Station ## 11 -- Magnets

Magnets

Materials: Materials:

11 set

set of

of double-sided

double-sided magnets

magnets

11 set

set of

of bar

bar magnets

magnets (if

(if possible)

possible)

small

small cup

cup of

of metal

metal shavings

shavings (if

(if possible)

possible)

Station # # 1 1 - - Follow Directions  First, rub the balloon on your

Station

Station ## 11 -- Follow

Follow Directions

Directions

First, rub the balloon on your head and describe what it does when

you bring it near your hair (It is best to let the group member with the

longest hair do this).

Answer: It makes the hair stand on end.

If the balloon is positively charged (+), then which charge is in your

hair?

Answer: negatively charged because they attract.

If you rub the balloon on your head for 5 seconds (have a group

member time you), how many pieces of paper can you pick up? If you rub the balloon on your head for 10 seconds, can more pieces of paper be picked up? Answer: More pieces get picked up because there is more charge.

What do you think…? Can this balloon be used to make a light bulb

light up?

Answer: Yes, but it will only light up for a split second.

Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 
Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 

Station

Station ## 11 -- Diagram

Diagram

Simple

Simple Bar

Bar Magnet

Magnet

Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 
Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 

Results

Results

Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 
Station # # 1 1 - - Diagram  Simple Simple Bar Bar Magnet Magnet 

Opposite ends “Attract”

Like ends “Repel”

# # 2 2 - - Static Station Electricity  Materials: Materials: • 1 1

Station ## 22 -- Static

Station

Static Electricity

Electricity

Materials: Materials:

11 balloon

balloon

1010 small

small pieces

pieces of

of paper

paper

11 light

light bulb

bulb

Station # # 2 2 - - Follow Directions  Place the magnets together. Then turn

Station

Station ## 22 -- Follow

Follow Directions

Directions

Place the magnets together. Then turn one of them over

on its other side and see what happens when you bring

the magnets close together.

Describe what you see and why what you see happens?

Answer: The magnets will stick to each other when you

have their opposite charged sides facing each other, and

they will repel each other when the sides with like

charges are facing each other.

Station # # 2 2 - - Diagram  Static Static Electricity Electricity Like charges attract

Station

Station ## 22 -- Diagram

Diagram

Static

Static Electricity

Electricity

Like charges

attract

Station # # 2 2 - - Diagram  Static Static Electricity Electricity Like charges attract
Station # # 2 2 - - Diagram  Static Static Electricity Electricity Like charges attract
Station # # 2 2 - - Diagram  Static Static Electricity Electricity Like charges attract

After rubbing both of

these items, they now have

a CHARGE!

Station # # 3 3 - - Insulators and Conductors Conductors  Materials: Materials: • 11

Station

Station ## 33 -- Insulators

Insulators and

and

Conductors

Conductors

Materials: Materials:

11 Circuit

Circuit with

with aa 9-volt

9-volt battery

battery

11 pencil

pencil and

and piece

piece of

of paper

paper

11 nail

nail

11 match

match stick

stick

11 paper

paper clip

clip

11 penny

penny

11 eraser

eraser

Station # # 3 3 - - Follow Directions  Before putting each item into the

Station

Station ## 33 -- Follow

Follow Directions

Directions

Before putting each item into the circuit, list

which ones you think will be conductors and

which will be insulators? Answer: the nail, the

paper clip, and the penny are all conductors.

Place each item into the circuit and see what

happens (Conductors will keep the light working while insulators will not allow electricity to pass and light up the light bulb).

Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors

Station

Station ## 33 -- Diagram

Diagram

Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors

Insulators

Insulators and

and Conductors

Conductors

Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
Station # # 3 3 - - Diagram  Insulators Insulators and and Conductors Conductors
# # 4 4 - - Circuit Station Trivia  Materials: Materials: • 11 pre-made

Station ## 44 -- Circuit

Station

Circuit Trivia

Trivia

Materials: Materials:

11 pre-made

pre-made circuit

circuit (with

(with wires

wires and

and battery)

battery)

two styrophone

two

styrophone cups

cups

44 paper

paper clips

clips

one cup

one

cup of

of salt

salt water

water

one cup

one

cup of

of regular

regular tap

tap water

water

Station # # 4 4 - - Follow Directions  This is a circuit like the

Station

Station ## 44 -- Follow

Follow Directions

Directions

This is a circuit like the one at Station #3. Instead of using

one of the items like a paper clip or an eraser, a cup of

both fresh water and salt water is used. Do you think both

of them will allow the light to keep working or just one?

Answer: Both cups of water conduct electricity, but salt

water has more floating charges called “ions.”

The light

will be brighter when hooked up to this cup.

Explain what you think? Answer: ???????

Station # # 4 4 - - Diagram Salt Water Mix Tap Water _ _ _

Station

Station ## 44 -- Diagram

Diagram

Salt Water Mix

Tap Water

_ _ _ + + _ + + + _ _ + Light
_
_
_
+
+
_
+
+ +
_
_
+
Light

Paper clips

Station # # 4 4 - - Diagram Salt Water Mix Tap Water _ _ _
_ + + _ _ + Light
_
+
+ _
_
+
Light

Battery

Battery

– – Part Electricity III • Electricity costs money! • Safety tips! • Guest speaker

Electricity Part

Electricity

Part III

III

Electricity

Electricity costs

costs money!

money!

Safety

Safety tips!

tips!

Guest

Guest speaker

speaker tells

tells all!

all!

How How you save electricity electricity and and you can can save money? money?  Light

How

How you

save electricity

electricity and

and

you can

can save

money?

money?

Light

Light bulb

bulb -- 0.3

0.3 toto 0.5

0.5 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

Color

Color TVTV –– 0.8

0.8 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

Computer

Computer –– 1.51.5 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

Average

Average Shower

Shower –– 1515 cents

cents per

per shower

shower

Freezer

Freezer –– 3.7

3.7 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

Stereo

Stereo –– 2.52.5 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

Water

Water Heater

Heater –– 22.5

22.5 cents

cents per

per hour

hour

play Always it it safe!  Safety Safety rules rules • 11 –– Never •
play Always it it safe!  Safety Safety rules rules • 11 –– Never •

Always play

Always

play itit safe!

safe!

Safety

Safety rules

rules

11 –– Never

Never climb

climb trees

trees near

near power

power lines

lines

22 –– Never

Never gogo around

around downed

downed power

power lines

lines oror substations

substations

33 –– Never

Never use

use electrical

electrical appliances

appliances near

near the

the bathtub

bathtub

44 –– Stay

Stay away

away from

from all

all electrical

electrical equipment

equipment (meters,

(meters,

transformers, etc.)

transformers,

etc.)

55 –– DoDo not

not swim

swim oror play

play outside

outside onon aa stormy

stormy day

day

66 –– Never

Never put

put fingers

fingers oror other

other objects

objects near

near electrical

electrical outlets

outlets

77 –– Obey

Obey all

all safety

safety signs

signs

88 –– Never

Never use

use appliances

appliances with

with cords

cords showing

showing bare

bare wire

wire

Safety in in a a storm!  Stay away from tall objects such asas trees 

Safety

Safety inin aa storm!

storm!

Stay

Stay away

away from

from tall

tall objects

objects such

such asas trees

trees

Stay

Stay out

out of

of open

open fields

fields oror areas

areas where

where YOU

YOU

are the

are

the tallest

tallest thing

thing

IfIf your

your hair

hair stands

stands onon end,

end, crouch

crouch lowlow toto the

the

ground with

ground

with asas little

little of

of your

your body

body inin contact

contact

with the

with

the ground

ground asas possible

possible

Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not

Electricity Trivia

Electricity

Trivia

How

How does

does aa bird

bird stand

stand onon aa power

power line

line and

and

not get

not

get shocked?

shocked?

How

How does

does lightning

lightning work?

work?

Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
Electricity Trivia Electricity Trivia  How does aa bird stand onon aa power line and not
and Lightning how to to be be safe Clouds move in… Thunder travels 1 mile

Lightning and

Lightning

and how

how toto bebe safe

safe

Clouds move in…

Thunder travels 1 mile

In 4.5 seconds

and Lightning how to to be be safe Clouds move in… Thunder travels 1 mile
and Lightning how to to be be safe Clouds move in… Thunder travels 1 mile

The air gets

weaker and

heats up!

Lightning travels At 186,000 miles per second

The ground….

Guest Speaker: Guest Speaker: Mr. Roy Mr. Roy Dean Dean Williams Williams  North North East

Guest Speaker:

Guest

Speaker:

Mr. Roy

Mr.

Roy Dean

Dean Williams

Williams

North

North East

East Mississippi

Mississippi Electric

Electric Power

Power

Association provides

Association

provides power

power toto residents

residents

living inin the

living

the Lafayette

Lafayette County

County area

area

Main

Main topic:

topic: Safety

Safety around

around electricity

electricity

His

His job

job requires

requires himhim toto understand

understand how

how

electricity works

electricity

works and

and how

how toto play

play itit safe

safe

around electricity

around

electricity

Electricity

Electricity tour

tour around

around Lafayette

Lafayette Elementary

Elementary

– – Part Electricity IV IV **This part should be be used to to 2

Electricity Part

Electricity

Part IVIV

**This

**This part

part should

should bebe used

used toto

challenge 22 ndnd and

challenge

and 33 rdrd graders!

graders!

Exploration

Exploration of

of Solar

Solar Power

Power

Experimenting

Experimenting with

with the

the Electric

Electric Box

Box

Putting

Putting itit all

all together……DESIGNING!!!

togetherDESIGNING!!!

Exploring Solar Exploring Solar Power Power 1. The goal of the exploring process is to lead

Exploring Solar

Exploring

Solar Power

Power

1. The goal of the exploring process is to

lead the students up to the challenge of

designing their own solar racer as a class.

2. A pre-made solar powered racer will be

shown and questions will be asked about its

Design. For instance should the car be heavy,etc

  • 3. Other example toys and gadgets harnessing

the power of the sun will be shown.

the Exploring Solar Power - - Kits

Exploring the

Exploring

the Solar

Solar Power

Power -- Kits

Kits

the Exploring Solar Power - - Kits
the Exploring Solar Power - - Kits
the Exploring Solar Power - - Kits
the Exploring Solar Power - - Kits
the Exploring Solar Power - - Cars

Exploring the

Exploring

the Solar

Solar Power

Power -- Cars

Cars

the Exploring Solar Power - - Cars
the Exploring Solar Power - - Cars
the Exploring Solar Power - - Options

Exploring the

Exploring

the Solar

Solar Power

Power -- Options

Options

the Exploring Solar Power - - Options
the Exploring Solar Power - - Options
the Exploring Solar Power - - Options
the Exploring Solar Power - - Options
Experimenting with Experimenting with the the Electric Electric Box Box 1. An electricity kit and solar

Experimenting with

Experimenting

with the

the Electric

Electric Box

Box

1. An electricity kit and solar power kit will be

supplied for the kids to experiment with after

the basics of electricity have been covered.

  • 2. The basics of how this kit works will be

illustrated to the students leaving lots of room

to use their imaginations.

  • 3. Understanding how things work or influence

each other helps in the “DESIGN.”

Experimenting with Experimenting with the the Electric Electric Box Box

Experimenting with

Experimenting

with the

the Electric

Electric Box

Box

Experimenting with Experimenting with the the Electric Electric Box Box
it it all Putting together….DESIGN!!! 1. Using concepts learned or demonstrated from this unit, the

Putting itit all

Putting

all together….DESIGN!!!

together.DESIGN!!!

  • 1. Using concepts learned or demonstrated from

this unit, the students should then discuss how

the provided solar car works.

  • 2. Items about the car that should be emphasized

are wheel and body design (friction), solar panel

hookup (series/parallel), and other elements.

  • 3. If possible, materials should be selected and a

small solar powered car designed by the class.

References References           http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/YLP/96-97/96- http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/YLP/96-97/96- 97_curriculum_units/Electricity_KPelak/table_content.html 97_curriculum_units/Electricity_KPelak/table_content.html

References

References

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/YLP/96-97/96-

http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/YLP/96-97/96-

97_curriculum_units/Electricity_KPelak/table_content.html

97_curriculum_units/Electricity_KPelak/table_content.html

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http://www.powerhousetv.com/kids/energy_basics_words.html

http://www.brainpop.com/science/electricity/

http://www.brainpop.com/science/electricity/

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More References More References          http://www.energizer.com/learning/default.asp http://www.energizer.com/learning/default.asp http://www.code-electrical.com/historyofelectricity.html

More References

More

References

http://www.energizer.com/learning/default.asp

http://www.energizer.com/learning/default.asp

http://www.code-electrical.com/historyofelectricity.html

http://www.code-electrical.com/historyofelectricity.html

http://www.howstuffworks.com/battery.htm/printable

http://www.howstuffworks.com/battery.htm/printable

http://www.howstuffworks.com/power.htm/printable

http://www.howstuffworks.com/power.htm/printable

http://www.howstuffworks.com/framed.htm?

http://www.howstuffworks.com/framed.htm?

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http://www.edisonkids.com/

http://www.edisonkids.com/

http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/electricity.html

http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/electricity.html

http://www.yeg.co.uk/fun/

http://www.yeg.co.uk/fun/

http://home.nycap.rr.com/useless/lightbulbs/

http://home.nycap.rr.com/useless/lightbulbs/

Total Materials Total Materials and and Price Price List List  Radio Shack • Electronic Sensor

Total Materials

Total

Materials and

and Price

Price List

List

Radio Shack

Electronic Sensor Lab

Cat.#:

28-278

Model: 28-278 $49.99

9 volt battery

9 volt battery cap

6 colored alligotor clipped wires

Orange LED with Holder

Cat.#: 276-272

Model: 276-272

$2.19

Green LED with Holder

Cat.#:

276-271

Model: 276-271

$2.19

Edmund Scientific

Science with Magnets

CR30814-43

$15.95

Marked Alnico Bar Magnets

CR30379-08

$7.95

Total Materials Total Materials and and Price Price List List  Edmund Scientific • 0.45V/400mA Encapsulated

Total Materials

Total

Materials and

and Price

Price List

List

Edmund Scientific

0.45V/400mA Encapsulated

Solar Cell

CR30398-10

$5.95

Photon Solar Racer Kit

CR30528-82

$24.95

Sunlite Science Kit

CR30822-20

$24.95

Solar Beads

CR30823-63

$7.95

Solar Electricity Kit

CR30012-31

$9.95

Solar Power Explorer Kit

CR30534-22

$12.95

Space Explorer Solar Powered Vehicle

CR31092-00

$29.95

Ultra-Mini Motors

CR30351-28

$1.95

Fischertechniks - Profi Eco Power

CR31251-00

$129.95

Solar Panel Kit - Educational

CR30398-07

$22.95

Total Materials Total Materials and and Price Price List List  Booksamillion • Janice Van Cleave’s

Total Materials

Total

Materials and

and Price

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List

Booksamillion

Janice Van Cleave’s Electricity

0471310107

$9.25

Ages 8-12

Lightning

0876146590

$19.95

Ages 6-9

Flash, Crash, Rumble, and Roll

0064451798

$4.95 Ages 5-9

I Can Read about Thunder and

Lightning

  • 0816744459 $7.95

Ages 3-8

The Magic of Electricity

0912511524

$7.95

Ages 3-8

The Magnet Book

0806999438

$20.74

Living Without Electricity

1561482919

$12.63

A Lightning Bolt is Hotter Than the Sun

0761308628

$20.90

Ages 5-7

Light Sound and Electricity

1580863760

$17.95

Ages 9-12

Total Materials Total Materials and and Price Price List List  Booksamillion • Ben Franklin’s Adventures

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Total

Materials and

and Price

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List

Booksamillion

Ben Franklin’s Adventures with Electricity

0812097904

$5.95

Ages 9-12

Ben Franklin and Electricity

0791030067

$16.58

Ages 9-12

All About Electricity

0590480774

$3.95

Ages 4-8

The Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip with Bookmark

  • 0590446835 $4.99 Ages

6-9

Circuits, Shocks, and Lightning

0739801431

$27.12

Ages 9-11

Exploring Solar Energy

0911168605

$8.95

Exploring Solar Energy II

0911168893

$14.95

Solar Power

0817253629

 

$27.12

Energy from the Sun

0516204327

Total Materials Total Materials and and Price Price List List  Art.com • The Power of

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The Power of Nature

IMAGE #1000-7622

$8.99

Lightning Over Lake &

Mountains

IMAGE #1007-6870

$9.99

Miscellaneous

1 regular light bulb

Salt

Balloon

Styophome cups

Paper clips

Match stick

Penny

Eraser

Small squares of paper

Nail

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