I think almost every kid is fascinated at some point by electricity. How something like a tiny battery can accomplish such amazing tasks is a marvel, and the ability to use and store electricity has changed the world.
If your kids are fascinated by electricity, they’ll love this FREE Electricity Guided Drawing unit!
From batteries to fuses and switches to circuits, this FREE Electricity Guided Drawing resource helps students combine art and science while learning about 10 key electrical terms.
Each term is accompanied by a short explanation of what it means along with an illustration on a grid. Students can draw the entire image or half the image on provided grids while copying from the original item.
A ten-question review at the end of the unit tests their comprehension of what they’ve learned.
This unit includes:
- Closed circuit
- Open circuit
- Open switch
- Closed switch
- Circuit breaker
- Series circuit
- Parallel circuit
Grab this FREE Electricity Guided Drawing unit today!
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