Use these 40 PowerPoint slides in this Electricity and Magnetism resource to teach, reinforce or assess your students! Easy to read text, plus engaging pictures halp make learning and reinforcing concepts pure fun.
Please note that the PowerPoint is NOT editable. It has been saved in PowerPoint Show to protect the copyright on the artwork. It will also launch immediately into the PowerPoint program to help save you set-up time. The second click on each slide displays the answer to the question in red.
There are a number of ways to use this Electricity and Magnetism resource in your classroom.
As a Teaching Tool:
Ask students to search in their text book, alone or in teams, to find the answer to each question. A second click on the slide will show the answer. To introduce a particular concept, such as "current electricity", show only that slide and ask students to find the definition in their book. Then continue with your study of electriciy and magnetism. Come back to the PowerPoint for each new concept.
Divide your class into two teams. Go back and forth, giving each team every other slide. Each team must work together to decide on the answer.
As you click through the slides, ask students to write the answer on an answer sheet, then self-check when the slide is clicked a second time.
This resource addresses many state standards for third, fourth and fifth grades, however it also covers the following Next Generation Common Core standards for third and fourth grades:
This resource includes:
40 slides in PowerPoint Show
This resource addresses the following concepts:
Speed electricity travels
Materials attracted by a magnet
If you are interested in the companion task card resource to this PowerPoint see:
Electricity and Magnetism Science Task Cards and More
If you are interested in other PowerPoints in this science series, check out:
Force and Motion PowerPoint
Simple Machines PowerPoint
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