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On Wednesday, 5th November, our class did science experiments about electricity in our classroom. We did science experiments about electricity because we wanted to learn how to make circuits.

First of all we got some equipment. We used light bulbs, light bulb holders, wires and a battery. We connected the wires to the battery and the bulb holder and that made the bulb light up.

Next we were making motors spin around. We needed a motor, two small pieces of paper, a battery and two pieces of wire. We connected the pieces of wire to the motor and the battery. Then we put the two pieces of paper onto the motor. It spun around like the blades of a helicopter.

My favourite experiment was the motor because it spun around like a helicopter’s blades. I learned how to make a circuit . I would recommend it.

By Jack

 

On Wednesday, the 5th of November, the class did science experiments. We did it because we wanted to learn how to make circuits in electricity.

First of all we got mini light bulbs, wires, light bulb holders, a screwdriver and a battery. We put  them together by putting the wires around  the light  bulb  using  the screwdriver   and  then  we connected the wires  to the  battery and  the light  bulb lit.

Next   we got a motor and put two pieces of paper on it. We put wires on the bottom of it.  We connected it to the battery and then it spun around like the blades of a helicopter.

Lastly we got a beeper and got a red and black wire and a battery. We connected them and all of a sudden it beeped.

My favourite thing was the motor and we learnt how to use electricity. I do recommend trying these experiments.

BY  ERIN

 

On the 5th of November, our class did a few science experiments on electricity in the classroom. We wanted to see what circuits we could use to power items.

The first project we tried was lighting two light bulbs. We used four wires, two light bulbs and two light bulb holders, a battery and a screwdriver. We got into groups of two or three and connected the wires to the bulbs and the battery. The bulb lit up!

After, we got a motor. Everyone put two small pieces of paper on the top of the motor and when we connected the motor to the battery, it spun around like a mini-helicopter! We also tried a buzzer and it made a high-pitched noise.

Finally, we disconnected our circuits. I had a very good time making them and I recommend anyone to try make a circuit. Be careful!

by Cian

 

 

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