Year 4 Electricity Conductivity Teaching PowerPoint

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  • , rated this resource Jun 16th
  • On the sixth slide you have a picture of a table to illustrate that a table leg can be a conductor, however the picture of the table has wooden legs which we know is a non-conductive material.  Any chance you could swap the picture in case we are pre-coffee when we check the slideshow? 

    , Jan 21st
    • Hi Laurella,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this updated right away!

      , Jan 21st
    • Hi there Laurella,
      Thank you for spotting this! Our lovely teacher and design teams have updated this resource and you can now download the new version. I hope you find it useful!

      , Jan 21st
    • Hi there, is there somewhere I have to go for the updated ppt? The main one for download still has the wooden table leg! Thanks x

      , Feb 22nd
    • I am so sorry this is still the incorrect version. I will get it updated and sent to you as soon as possible :)

      , Feb 22nd
This is the third powerpoint in a series of three for the Y4 Electricity Unit. There are comprehensive teachers notes covering all the electricity work in Key Stage 2 including the notes from this powerpoint. In this unit children will learn how to test for electrical conductivity. They will carry out investigative science to test for electrical conductivity and sort materials according to electrical conductivity. Remember to begin each lesson with a discussion about staying safe with electricity. You may want to start the unit with a lesson on staying safe with electricity, pointing out the difference between mains appliances and battery powered ones.
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Nov 17th