Show what makes static electricity!
This simple to make model shows how electrons move to create negative or positive static electricity.
First students make their paper models of electrons and objects that will become electrically charged. Then they see what happens when they move their paper electrons between objects creating a negative or positive electrostatic charge.
The model covers: electrons, rubbing acetate or polythene rod with a cloth, attraction and repulsion, sparking with a car and why a comb picks up paper.
Buy once, print forever!
Perfect for use in class or for distance learning at home!
Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation.
Takes about 30 minutes!
Dimensions of car: 13cm x 5cm / 5in x 2in
Download includes: instructions, colour and black & white templates and Powerpoint presentation.
All you need: paper, scissors and tape.
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