Staying Safe with Electricity Display Posters

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Staying Safe with Electricity Display Posters - Electric, safety, safe, word mat, mat, writing aid, power, circuit, electricity, battery
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  • Very useful for discussion and topic introduction. I'd love a worksheet to go with this, true/false for example.

    , Mar 27th
    • Good afternoon FionaRB,
      That sounds like a fabulous idea! I will pass this over to our lovely teacher to team to see if this is something they can do :)

      , Mar 27th
  • display

    , Mar 3rd
  • Trying to find worksheets on electricity for my Year 2 class - sources of electricity, etc... If anyone can guide me in the right direction, please let me know. A worksheet showing sources of electricity and some that are not; kids need to circle the source of electricity? Word box with sources of electricity - label the pictures... Also, what works with batteries worksheet and what works through the mains electricity.. Or a picture of a kitchen and kids need to circle potential dangerous electrical faults (wires hanging over sink, etc).. Thanks! :)

    , Oct 27th
    • Hi aislingconnell,
      Thank you for commenting! :) I've had a look for you and it doesn't look like we have anything currently on the site, but I have asked our resource team to take a look at this for you :)

      , Oct 27th
  • SEN students

    , Oct 14th
  • display

    , Sep 9th
  • Hi there Dragon1, thanks so much for getting in touch. I like your suggestion and will let our resource designers know so they should have a look into this for you soon! :)

    , Feb 11th
  • Love the resource wish it included one with how not to put water with them

    , Feb 10th
  • Just right to pop round the classroom for our PHSE lessons , and science obviously.

    , Sep 22nd
A lovely set of display posters, showing your children how to stay safe around electricity.
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