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Current and Static Electricity Bingo Ms. Keegan
Clue: This flow of electrons comes from a wall outlet Alternating Current
Clue: This is the most common form of an electric discharge in nature Lightning
Clue: An electric current in a wire consists of these moving particles. Electrons
Clue: When a switch is open a lamp will be in this position. Off
Clue: Broken and frayed wires can create this. Short circuit
Clue: This type of battery has a chemical paste. Dry Cell
Clue: This scientific instrument can determine any type of static charge. Electroscope
Clue: You can find neutral atoms here. Undisturbed object
Clue: wet cells are many times found here Cars
Clue: Electrons cannot flow freely through this material because its atoms are tightly bound. Insulators
Clue: A positive end of a battery and a negative end of a battery can make electrons… attract
Clue: This is a conductor that is many times used in our circuits and wiring in many buildings copper
Clue: This is the flow of electrons through a circuit. Electric Current
Clue: D batteries have one and a half of these. Volts
Clue: Water, silver, gold and aluminum are all good…. conductors
Clue: This subatomic particle has no charge and is located in the nucleus. Neutron
Clue: This device can turn mechanical energy into electricity. Generator
Clue: This is the buildup of positive charge or negative charge on an object. Static Electricity
Clue: In this type of circuit electrons can only follow one path. series
Clue: This provides a complete path for electrons to flow. circuit
Clue: When electrons only flow in one direction. Direct current
Clue: This type of battery is made from liquid. Wet cell
Clue: This is a subatomic particle with a positive charge. Proton
Clue: Electrons flow from negative to… positive
Clue: When batteries are placed negative to negative they can create a short circuit because the electrons do this… repel
Clue: When a light switch is on the path of a circuit is… closed
Clue: This circuit allows electrons to flow in more than one path. parallel
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