Begin to study electric circuits by lighting a variety of bulbs. Some are easy and intuitive; others are more of a puzzle. Figuring out each type is fun and informative. Using hands-on experiments gives students experience that becomes the basis of great classroom discussions. 
 
Concepts Addressed
• Electric circuits require a complete loop or circle
• Light bulbs have two connections 

Materials Needed
1. 5 V batteries, twinkle lights, various light bulbs

Time Required
This lab takes about 40 mins.

Student Sheets
• Scaffolded writing prompts & lab reporting 

 

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Electric Circuits Activity—Light a Bulb

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