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• Solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, and biomass energy.
• [member-created document] This sample was made with the abcteach word search puzzle tool. From "atoms" to "terminal", words related to electricity in the shape of a lightning bolt.
• Find the words from FAN to TELEVISION
• 2 ACROSS: A unit of measure of potential energy.
• "What is the difference in outputs between a series circuit and a parallel circuit?" This guides you through the phases involved in answering this question.
• Understand electric meters, then do some practice worksheets reading meters.
• Each pair of pictures shows something safe and something not safe. Mark an X over the picture that is not safe.
• Five posters with reminders about electric safety.
• ABC order,crossword puzzle, and a glyph, all on the subject of the uses of electricity.
• From "blow dryer" to "washing machine", 20 electrical appliance flashcards with matching full color illustrations. Can be used with the electrical appliances bingo game.
• PowerPoint with Audio: Part of our Animal Kingdom Series: Living on Planet Earth. Includes 30 colorful slides about all animal classes.
• PowerPoint with Audio. Part of the Living on Planet Earth series. Includes 37 colorful slides about the mammals of the Animal Kingdom.
• PowerPoint with Audio, part of the Living on Planet Earth series. Includes 40 colorful slides about the invertebrates of the Animal Kingdom.
• An explanation of static electricity and two simple experiments. Students are ask to predict outcome, then record observations for each experiment.
• Electricity Word Search in a light bulb shape. Vocabulary .

• [member-created document] This document was made with the abcteach word search puzzle tool. NOTES: From "charge" to "static electricity"
• Three center activities: Event sequencing, connecting the electricity dots, read and follow directions. All with the theme of electricity.
• "What types of materials conduct low voltage electricity?" This guides you through the phases involved in answering that question.
• Get the game player to the television.
• "In which month did the Wilsons use the most electricity?" Read the graph to determine the answers to the questions about the Wilsons' electrical usage.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of appliance safety.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of outlet safety.
• A poster explains simple electrical circuits; this is followed by a clear, detailed reading comprehension exercise; practice work for drawing in missing wires to complete the circuits concludes the lesson.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of power line safety.
• A simple reading comprehension presents and reviews the rules of water and electric safety.
• A colorful and informative PowerPoint with audio. This presentation if full of facts about the aquarium with 56 colorful slides.
• This unit is a full series of reading comprehensions presenting a thorough view of cell phones in terms of history (when was it invented) techonology (how does it work), society (what are appropriate cell phone manners), and more.

• Do you know why it's called a watt? an ohm? a volt? Your students will know after this thorough history. From amber and fur (600 B.C.) to jumping frogs (1786) to electrical resistance (1827), this unit is a fantastic introduction to the history of electricity.
• Students read a story about a typical day in one man's life, then isolate the over 20 uses of electricity, concluding by rewriting the story without electricity.