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Celebrate Earth Day with this downloadable coloring sheet
Happy Earth Day from Louie the Lightning Bug®! To celebrate this special day with your class, download this coloring sheet to distribute to your students. Enjoy!
Water Measuring Activity
Water is often used as an analogy when teaching basic science concepts of electricity; the relationship between voltage and amperage is often compared to the volume and speed of water traveling through various sized pipes. The following activity uses water to teach...
It’s the season for safety
While we are in the palm of winter’s icy grip, keep these 6 electrical safety tips in mind as you keep out the cold. Use space heaters safely and sparingly.Keep space heaters a minimum of four feet from furniture, drapes or clothes and never leave them unattended when...