Static Electricity - Natural Science Worksheet (Grade 6)

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This lesson teaches students about static electricity. The PowerPoint lesson is engaging with a variety of examples, interactive website links, and video links. Students use the guided notes to follow along with the presentation.

Static Electricity PowerPoint Lesson and Guided Notes

Static Electricity PowerPoint and Guided Notes This interactive lesson is a great way to teach your students about static electricity. The lessons includes a variety of pictures, examples, interactive website links, and video links. The lesson includes

ELECTRICITY  exploring static electricity using a "Discovery" bottle & books about electricity

ELECTRICITY exploring static electricity using a "Discovery" bottle & books…

Static Electricity with Salt and Pepper - 2nd Grade Electricity Actvity

Static Electricity with Salt and Pepper Activity – Grade Static Electricity

Jumping Goop!  An Awesome Static Electricity Demonstration with Cornstarch

Jumping Goop! An Awesome Static Electricity Demonstration with Cornstarch

I bet this could keep kids entertained for HOURS -- at least until they figure out they can shock each other o.o Then things might get bitey.

Static Flyer -- Charge a balloon and use the electrical charges of static electricity to create flying objects!

Saturday Science Static Electricity, Suzy Homeschooler (2)

Charge an inflated balloon with static electricity. Place an empty soda can on a flat surface. Now bring the balloon near the can and watch the can automatically roll towards the balloon.

Science experiments with static electricity - winter is a great time to do these because the air is so dry!

Easy Static Electricity Science Experiments

Learning Ideas - Grades K-8 Static Electricity Activities for Kids

EDUC Great for unit on electricity. Static Electricity Activities for Kids from Learning Ideas - Grades

You will need * An empty soda can * blown-up balloon * A head of hair What to do 1. Place the can on its side on a flat smooth surface like a table or a smooth floor. 2. Rub the blown up balloon back and forth through your hair really fast. 3. Now the …

You will need * An empty soda can * blown-up balloon * A head of hair What to do Place the can on its side on a flat smooth surface like a table or a smooth floor. Rub the blown up balloon back and forth through your hair really fast.

How does static electricity work? Show kids how static electricity works in this easy static electricity science experiment!

Static Electricity Science Experiment

Want a super-easy science demonstration for static electricity? This static electricity for kids experiment is easy and fun for kids of all ages.

Static electricity experiments -- make a popsicle stick spin, water bend & balloon stick to the wall

Static electricity experiments -- make a popsicle stick spin, water bend & balloon stick to the wall Bear Elective Adventure: Super Science 3

JELLO STALACTITES AND STALAGMITES!!!   Now this is an AWESOME science experiment that only requires three things: gelatin, a balloon, and static electricity! When you combine these three ingredients, you get a sticky surprise that results in some really cool formations!

Make your own stalactities and stalacmites using only a balloon, Jello, and statis electricity! Plus, Jello Chemistry experiments! The Scientific Mom: Kitchen Chemistry: When Jello and Science Collide!

Charge Objects in 4th grade physical science. A 4 page interactive notebook addition to a unit on electrical charges. Includes vocab, like/unlike charges, static electricity, and a summary page.

Electrical Charges Mini-Unit

Charge Objects in grade physical science. A 4 page interactive notebook addition to a unit on electrical charges. Includes vocab, like/unlike charges, static electricity, and a summary page.

The science behind the jolt you get when you mix fuzzy carpets with metal doorknobs:

Discover the phenomena of static electricity in this TED-Ed video - The science of static electricity, Anuradha Bhagwat

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