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Electrifying Learning

Posted by on 01/10/2012

Oak have been looking at electricity and circuits in our science.

This afternoon, Oak were set a challenge to find out which materials would let electricity go through them and make the light bulb light up. We found out that the material that was easiest for electricity to go through was metal and that these materials are called conductors. Materials that don’t let electricity through are called insulators (materials like wood and plastic).

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