4th, 5th and 6th class investigated electricity as part of their STEM work. Through investigation the children were enabled to investigate current electricity by constructing simple circuits. They had to design a circuit using different electrical components including battery, wires, bulb and bulb-holder.
They discovered that electricity can only flow around a complete circuit that has no gaps. Every complete circuit must have a power supply. The power supply could be the mains, or it could be a battery. They learned that for a circuit to be complete, there must be wires connected to both the positive and negative ends of the power supply.
Well done to 4th, 5th and 6th class!