A lot of common objects use electromagnets to work. This word search will help your child think about electrical and mechanical devices around her!
Meet a real-life mad scientist! Known for his crazy experiments with electricity, Tesla is now considered one of the greatest scientists who ever lived.
Can you match the scientist with the unit of electricity or power that is named after him?
Meet Michael Faraday, the inventor of the first electric motor. Without Faraday, who knows if we would even have working cars, airplanes or even clocks!
Is your fourth grader learning about electricity? This worksheet is all about circuits, tests her skills and reinforces the concept of how a circuit works!
To understand electricity, you have to get down to the basics. Explore the literally microscopic world of electrons to get a grasp on electricity.
These days, we seem wired to our electronics! Challenge your child to imagine a world without electricity in this creative writing prompt.
Is your 4th grader studying electricity? Give her a break from the scientific nitty-gritty with this fun word search full of electricity terms!
Your child will learn how electricity is made and used by drawing pictures of household products that use electricity to create light, heat, and motion.
Here's a crazy thought experiment for you. Imagine you could create a monster made out of electricity!
Ready for a truly electrifying lesson in science? Find out how electricity forms and what makes a lightning bolt!