Electricity Voltage Teaching PowerPoint

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  • A resource that meets the Y6 electricity objectives exactly - thank you.

    , Sep 19th
    • Hi Ms_Yeomans,
      Thank you for commenting! You're very welcome and I'm so glad that we could help! :)

      , Sep 19th
  • Will use to help ideas for planning - probably adapt for what we need. Great starting point though! Thanks!

    , Oct 23rd
This is a powerpoint for the Y6 Electricity Unit. There are comprehensive teachers notes covering all the electricity work in Key Stage 2 including the notes from this powerpoint. In this lesson children will investigate what happens when the number of components are varied in a circuit and understand electrical voltage. Remember to begin the unit 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. Teachers will also need to warn children about overloading components.
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