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Review of Fourth Grade STARTING WITH ELECTRICITY
Electricity & Materials What are negative charges called?
Electricity & Materials Electrons
Electricity & Materials A continuous flow of negative charges is otherwise known as what?
Electricity & Materials Electricity
Electricity & Materials What are the TWO units that are used to measure electricity?
Electricity & Materials Voltage and Amperes (Volts and Amps)
Electricity & Materials What is the voltage of a common DRY CELL battery?
Electricity & Materials 1.5 VOLTS
Electricity & Materials What is a DRY CELL? Describe it.
Electricity & Materials A dry cell is a type of battery that contains chemicals in the form of a paste.
Electricity & Materials What is a WET CELL? Describe it.
Electricity & Materials A wet cell is a battery that contains chemicals in the form of a liquid.
Electricity & Materials What is a CONDUCTOR ?
Electricity & Materials A conductor is a type of material that EASILY allows electricity to flow through it. (Usually a METAL)
Electricity & Materials What is an INSULATOR?
Electricity & Materials An insulator is a material that DOES NOT ALLOW electricity to flow through it. (usually a plastic or rubber)
Electricity & Materials The path taken by an electric current is known as what?
Electricity & Materials A Circuit
Electricity & Materials What three things must a circuit have to work?
Electricity & Materials 1.An energy source (battery) 2. Wire so the current can move. 3. Something to use the electricity. (Light Bulb)
Electricity & Materials What is a closed circuit?
Electricity & Materials A circuit that can work. (It allows the movement of electricity)
Electricity & Materials What is an open circuit?
Electricity & Materials It is a circuit that is “broken” or not complete, so the electricity cannot travel completely through.
Electricity & Materials What is a SERIES circuit?
Electricity & Materials It is a circuit where the electricity only has one path to follow.
Electricity & Materials What is a parallel circuit?
Electricity & Materials A type of circuit where the electricity has more than one path to follow.
Electricity & Materials In a magnet, where is the magnetic force the greatest?
Electricity & Materials Around the poles (top and bottom)
attract circuit When two objects are pulled together.
attract When two objects are pulled together circuit.
Unit 10 - Electricity.
Electric Circuit By:Griselda and Jose A Complete Circuit A close circuit is a kind of electric circuit in which the path that the electrons follow forms.
Electric Circuit A path on which electrons move continuously is called an electric circuit.
Electric Current Section 2.
Static Electricity 1. Matter is made up of particles that have mass & volume. 2. Particles of matter also have a property called an electric charge. 3.
Electricity 3 rd Grade Science Electricity Everything in the world is made up of atoms. Each atom has smaller parts in it. One of those parts is called.
Electricity. Composition of matter Electrical Charge Current flow Voltage Source Cells & Batteries Resistance & Conductance Electric Circuits.
Electricity Foundations of Physics. Electricity The movement of charge from one place to another Requires energy to move the charge Also requires conductors.
How Does Electricity Flow? Electricity & Magnetism Science Instructor: Miss Aartman.
Electricity. whether two charges attract or repel depends on whether they have the same or opposite sign unit of measurement for charge is the coulomb.
1 Electricity Chapter Charged objects Neutral Equal positive and negative charges Positive Fewer negative charges (lost electrons) Negative More.
Electrical Energy - Moving electrons in a path is electricity
CHAPTER 7 ELECTRICITY BINGO. A circuit in which current has more than one path is called a _________________ circuit.
Electric Current & Electricity Calculations
SOL 4.3 Electricity and Magnetism. a measure of the extra positive or negative that an object has + - charge.
Electricity and Circuits Electrical energy or electricity is produced by the movement and distribution of these charged particles 1.
Electric Circuits 2.0 Presented by (Insert Name Here)
Current and Static Electricity Bingo Ms. Keegan. Clue: This flow of electrons comes from a wall outlet Alternating Current.
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