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The Scientific Mom: Fun Lessons In Static Electricity!

Have you ever rubbed a balloon on your head and watched the hair stand up? Have you ever tried to bend water? Did you know that you can turn on a light without flipping the switch?

Use a balloon and some tissue paper to make a static powered ghost that will rise and dance at your command!

Use a balloon and some tissue paper to make a static powered ghost that will rise and dance at your command!

explaining acids and bases using m&m's could also be used in explanations of static electricity and charge!

CC cycle 2 wk 14 explaining acids and bases using m&m's could also be used in explanations of static electricity and charge! Could be considered an incentive if students eat the candies afterwards

I made this powerpoint to teach my grade six science class about atoms and static electricity. After the lesson, students made their own atom diagrams. I highly recommend starting the lesson off with the "Swing cereal magic trick" on static electricity!

I made this powerpoint to teach my grade six science class about atoms and static electricity. After the lesson, students made their own atom diagrams. I highly recommend starting the lesson off with the "Swing cereal magic trick" on static electricity!

Charge Objects in 4th grade physical science. A 4 page interactive notebook addition to a unit on electrical charges. Includes vocab, like/unlike charges, static electricity, and a summary page.

Electrical Charges Mini-Unit

Charge Objects in grade physical science. A 4 page interactive notebook addition to a unit on electrical charges. Includes vocab, like/unlike charges, static electricity, and a summary page.

Electricity Cut and Paste Matching Activity - Good for ELLs                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Electricity - Types of Circuits Cut and Paste Matching Activity

Taking a little idea and making it BIG!

Taking a little idea and making it BIG!

Children have limitless imaginations and come up with the most amazing ideas.

Light and Electricity Activities For Kids

Light and Electricity Activities For Kids

Our Science Lab theme continues with light and electricity activities. We learned about rainbows, played a "shine the flashlight" game, played with color paddles, how to make a flashlight work, about Thomas Edison.

Static Electricity: Gravity Defying Snake {Kid Science} - super cute science experiment about static electricity with free printable.

Static Electricity: Gravity Defying Snake {Kid Science}

Static Electricity: Gravity Defying Snake {Kid Science} - super cute science experiment about static electricity with free printable. snake that bit Pault

Students ask questions to determine cause and effect relationships of electric interactions between two objects not in contact with each other in this assessment and rubric aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards. The assessment begins with a whole class review of electrical interactions followed by an individual assessment in which students investigate static electricity by putting a charge on a balloon and holding it above gelatin to observe electrical interactions.

NGSS Grade 3 Electrical Interactions Performance Assessment

Students ask questions to determine cause and effect relationships of electric interactions between two objects not in contact with each other in this assessment and rubric aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards. The assessment begins with a whole class review of electrical interactions followed by an individual assessment in which students investigate static electricity by putting a charge on a balloon and holding it above gelatin to observe electrical interactions.

Static Cling by Children's Museum of Houston. Why does static electricity make clothes stick together or stick to you? Find out what's so clingy about static electricity with Mr. O and check out a full description of the activity at www.cmhoustonblog.org

Why does static electricity make clothes stick together or stick to you? Find out what& so clingy about static electricity with Mr.

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