Simple Circuits Field Trip Workshop - Grades K-2
Join us as we use coin cell batteries, LED lights, aluminum foil, paper clips, and glue sticks to design your own functioning flashlight! Get hands-on experience making, testing, and refining circuits that highlight basic electronic properties using both conventional and unconventional conductive and nonconductive materials. Students will take home their own flashlights!
Learn how electricity is conducted and what materials are conductive.
Develop the vocabulary that describes basic principles of circuits.
Practice electrical safety.
Learn through experimentation, invention, and prototyping.
Capacity: 30 individuals
Field Trip Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
Field Trip Time Slots: 10:00 am to 11:30 am and 10:30 am to Noon
Looking for an earlier time or a different day? Contact Blair Banks at email@example.com to explore the possibilities of bringing your group to MODA.
Chaperones that will be participating in the workshop will be charged $10/person, while non-participating chaperones are free. This workshop is limited to 30 persons.