Watch the video, and then get your parents' permission to check out a Kill-A-Watt and to bring one home.

Here is the Kill-A-Watt explanation​ video.  

The Power of Steam.

The Hot Dog Cooker.

Lenz's Law explained.

Here's Activity #20.

"Frankenstein Bottle" video.  

(Static electricity explosion safety)

This video shows how electricity can be changed into another form of energy--sound.

Please share this with your parents if they don't pay attention to you when you explain some simple safety techniques they want to use each time they fill up at the gas station!

The Plasma Ball:   Fascinating experiments with the plasma ball!  Discussed conductors, insulators, and electric fields.

Lenz's Law--Electromagnetism.

There are several amazing virtual experiments you can run from the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory website.  Check them out!

Really cool way to explore information about charges through simulations.

[A TON of good stuff here, but your parents will need to allow you to register.]

 The button above takes you to my Google Drive where I've shared the unit activity sheets.  Read through them on-line so you can work through more in class.

A good overview of  charges.

An overview of what we need to make an electric current.

Resources to do at home and share with family:

Don't try this at home!

How electricity changes to light in bulbs.

Take a look at this every few days.  What do you notice about the location of lightning strikes.  How might this change throughout the year?

Electromagnetism in action!

Physics Girl explains how to shrink a quarter using electromagnetism.

Here are the specific goals you include in your Product for Electricity.  You can start planning immediately. 

Good safety video to share with your family.

Here's a deeper explanation of #11.

The Electricity  Socrative Quiz is now active.  Press the button, then click on "student login" and type in the teacher room code:  519073.  

The Electromagnetic Train explained!

Charges in the natural world.

Cool look at static electricity!

Electromagnetism in action!

Other Cool Resources:

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