Magic Lantern Media

Electricity

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Finding Stuff Out  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Upper Elementary (4-6)
  • Subjects: Life Science
  • Produced By: Apartment 11 Productions
  • Year: 2012
  • Country: Canada
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 22m
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The Big Question: "Why does my hair stick to my chair?"

Synopsis: A physicist visits Harrison to explain how electricity is generated, and teaches us how it can be conserved. Viewers can take part in a fun experiment to see electricity at work in their own bodies.

My Great Challenge: Kids race to complete a circuit! But before they can do anything they must find a way to transfer power over a short distance, from a battery to a light bulb, by determining what materials conduct electricity.

In the Field: Harrison goes to the Sea Aquarium to visit a marine expert and some willing aquatic life to explore why electric eels don't electrocute themselves and how sharks can detect our presence because of electricity!


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