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Electricity Teacher's Pack

40 page science books and materials in multiples of 6, 12 or 24 sets per box
The highly visual, step-by-step instructions enable students to work independently.

Author: Penny Norman, Ph.D.
Editor: Ann Einstein

Major Awards

    Design funded by the
National Science Foundation
   Scientific American's
Young Readers' Book Award
   National Parenting Magazine Award
   Creative Child Magazine Award
Student Experiments

Build circuit loops
Light lights
Connect one-way parts: buzzers and LEDs
Spin pinwheels and colored discs with electric motors
Test what conducts electricity
Learn about insulators
Learn about open and closed circuits, shunts and shorts
Make a simple switch to open and close a circuit loop and to send coded messages
Connect together one and two loop circuits to explore series and parallel circuits
Item #9900   list price $20 USD Per Student
Direct to Teachers NSTA Special   12 Pack HALF OFF SALE (expires April 25, 2013)

Requires 1 D-cell battery per student

The online teacher lesson plans coordinate the ScienceWiz Electricity projects with web-based materials.
These include animations, videos, interactives and assessment materials.

Supplemental internet materials allow students to progress at their own pace and to their own level of interest and detail.
The web contents are periodically updated by scientists and educators.

These Teacher’s Packs are designed so that students have their own readers and materials. Extensions to the primary projects are feasible as there are sufficient supplies for all. This Pack consists of largely non-consumables and uses robust components designed for years of classroom use. Replacement parts can be purchased on this website or by contacting ScienceWiz™.

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