"Hand Crank Electricity" Trailer

Students make electricity with their own muscle power and use it to run motors, fans, and doorbells. This relates to electricity, magnetism, energy, electromagnets, torque, vibrations, and sound. This video also includes one of Mr. Mac’s crazy stories, “Jack and Jill and the Electric Carnival,” to help students remember the lesson. Difficulty: Hard.


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Note: All activities in this lesson should be performed with adult supervision. Likewise, common sense and care are essential to the conduct of any and all activities, whether described in this lesson or otherwise. Parents or guardians should supervise children. Rock-it Science assumes no responsibility for any injuries or damages arising from any activities.