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  • help students identify electrical symbols for reading electrical diagrams

    , Mar 9th
  • Is it possible to have just the symbols alone - I would really like to create a wall display circuit where the children can take off symbols and replace them with others. Especially to represent the circuits we will make in class. If not, I will just crop, cut and paste the symbols from these. thank you!

    , Feb 17th
    • Hi karate24,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      We have the symbols available as cards without the wording as part of this resource https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-25705-electric-circuit-symbol-split-cards
      Please let me know if these are not suitable and I will certainly ask our resource team if they can amend this resources so that it contains only the symbols.
      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Feb 17th
  • I think it is amazing. I haven't seen any cards like these that can help me explain the symbols of a basic circuit.

    , Feb 14th
  • Wall display/talking point cards about the function of each component.

    , Dec 31st
  • wall display

    , Dec 11th
  • would it be possible to have a version without the words to check pupils recognise the symbols?

    , Nov 5th
    • Hi kezzierose87,
      Thanks for your suggestion! I'll ask our resource team to look into this for you : )

      , Nov 5th
    • Hi there kezzierose87,
      Our lovely teacher and design teams have created this and emailed the new resource to you! It will also be available on the website soon. I hope you find it useful!

      , Nov 6th
  • Can we please have this display in cursive as only allowed cursive on display.

    , Oct 11th
    • Hi woodnatalie,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Oct 11th
    • Hi there woodnatalie,
      Our teacher and design teams have completed this for you and sent it in an email, I hope you enjoy using it! It will available on the website as well soon.

      , Oct 15th
  • Great resource for classroom display.

    , Oct 6th
  • science-electricity -circuit

    , Sep 8th
  • Excellent to display when studying Electricity.

    , Jul 21st
    • Hi hmgames,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jul 21st
  • very useful

    , May 29th
    • Thanks we're always pleased to hear this! :)

      , May 29th
  • Science - electricity - circuit

    , May 18th
  • For class display and vocabulary consolidation

    , Apr 26th
  • Display

    , Apr 21st
  • For a classroom display

    , Mar 25th
  • Display

    , Mar 2nd
  • display

    , Jan 7th
    • a poster on a wall

      , Feb 5th
  • classroom display

    , Jan 6th
  • classroom display

    , Jan 6th
  • Use as flashcards, as part of a display, and for LA learners to assist with their science.

    , Jan 2nd
  • for a classroom display

    , Dec 31st
  • I will be using this resources for a classroom display.

    , Oct 21st
  • Fantastic resource very useful

    , Sep 14th
  • I really like these!

    I intend on using them as split cards so that children can mix and match to see if they've matched the correct word to the correct symbol.

    Is there any way that this could be done by you guys for the future?

    , Sep 1st
    • Hi OfficalRyan, thank you for your review. I have passed your request on to our design team to see what they can do for you. :)

      , Sep 1st
    • Hi there OfficialRyan, thanks for your comment! Sorry for the delay, we hope to make this resource soon. :)

      , Aug 20th
    • Hi there,
      We've made an Electric Circuit Symbol Split Cards resource for you and it will be available on the website in a few days - I hope you find it useful!

      , Dec 17th
  • Teaching electricity to Grade 5s

    , Aug 27th
A handy set of display posters featuring key topic images. Perfect for a variety of displays.
This resource is available in Standard, Cursive, No Text and Editable.
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    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Sep 18th
    • Twinkl added No Text Version on Nov 9th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Oct 16th