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This bundle of electricity worksheets contains 7 ready-to-use electricity activities to teach students about where electricity is used in the home, electricity safety, simple circuits and more.
In this activity, students will circle the appliance items that cannot work without electricity.
Electricity: Battery or Mains?
In this activity, students will learn about whether the specific item is a battery powered electricity product or a mains product.
Electricity: Conductor & Insulator
Write the conductors in red and the insulators in blue from the list of products provided.
Electricity: Electrical Symbols
Identify and name the corresponding symbols.
Electricity: Simple circuits
Complete the circuit to show the flow of electricity from the switch to the bulb.
Electricity Word search:
Can you find the electricity words within the worksheet?
Electricity: Conservation & Safety
Complete the sentences so students will learn about common electricity safety procedures.
After completing these electricity worksheets students will be able to:
- Identify appliances from the home where electricity is used to power.
- Talk about the differences between battery and mains powered products.
- Differentiate between a conductor and an insulator.
- Clearly know the different electricity symbols.
- Understand how electricity flows through a circuit.
- Be clear of the safety precautions required when utilising electricity.
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Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.