Electricity and Magnetism. Ms. Shannon Grade 5. What do you KNOW? What do you WANT to find out? What did you LEARN? That will come later . Please fill out the KWL chart in the front of your book. . What is Electricity?.
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Electricity is made up of microscopic electrons. They move and carry an electrical charge.
Electricity flows just like water from a hose. The flowing electricity is called an electricalcurrent.
Electricity is very dangerous. It is important to follow a few safety rules.
1. Never use electricity in or near water.
2. Never place to many plugs in one socket.
3. Never play near or on power lines.
4. Never pull out a plug, by its cord.
5. Never stick anything into a plug in.Electricity Safety
A conductor is an object that allows electrons to flow easily through it.
Insulators are objects that do not allow electrons to flow easily through it or at all.
Resistors slow down electrons. When an electron is slowed down, it heats up.
If you have a circuit with one bulb, a battery and wires, How can you increase the brightness of the bulbs?
If you understand all the information in this PowerPoint as well as the work we’ve done in our labs – you should feel ready for the quiz!
We have more to learn about Electricity & Magnetism after this quiz… I hope you’re “buzzed” about this!
The balloon is can now stick to a surface because the balloon is acting like a magnet.