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Flick our free, printable electricity worksheets on for science practice backed by engaging activities. Introduce children to elementary scientific concepts like appliances and devices that run on electricity, conductors, insulators, mains electricity, and batteries and watch them smartly understand and interact with the world around them. Get the little scientists jazzed up and get them exploring the science that's at work in the several electrical devices at home, such as the clock, the fan, the blender, and the vacuum cleaner, powered by our electricity worksheets pdf!
We recommend our worksheets on electricity for kids in grade 2 through grade 6.
NGSS: 3-PS2-3, 4-PS3-2, 4-PS3-3, and 5-PS-1-3
Can you imagine life without TV or washing machine? Pay tribute to the several electrical devices at home that work their guts out so we relax about many a chore, by writing the numbers correctly to match the appliances and their names.
Can the 2nd grade and 3rd grade child recall the first time they were exposed to electricity? The wall clock, with its relentless-yet-rhythmic ticking, perhaps told the first tale of electricity! Identify the power source used by each device as mains electricity or batteries.
Help the young physicists of grade 3 to live a high-voltage life by adding to their orbit the many electric symbols here! Recognize the symbols that represent electric components like fuse and ammeter in this matching symbols to components exercise.
Sorting Objects into Conductors and Insulators
While on one side of the spectrum we have objects like a coin that buoy up the category of conductors, on the other side we've everyday things like paper to juice up the insulator category. Answer this cut-and-glue activity for more.
Labeling Circuits as Open and Closed
Unlike a closed circuit, an open circuit is not a closed or continuous path. This printable exercise from our electricity worksheets has the 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade children observing the diagram up-close and labeling the circuit as open/closed.
Identifying Series and Parallel Circuits
Which is a series circuit? Which is a parallel circuit? Iterate and reiterate the key differences between the two circuit types to help the grade 4 and grade 5 children identify correctly. Do write the answers in the blank space provided.
Get off to an electrifying start by drawing a circuit with a cell, an open switch, and one light bulb - all connected in series in this pdf for grade 5 and grade 6? Read the instructions carefully and prove your electric moxie by drawing the circuits.