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FC: Welcome To The Adventures Of The Mixed Book By: Annalysa

1: Table Of Contents Chapter 1: E Is For Electric Current Chapter 2: L Is For Lightning Chapter 3: E Is For Electrons Chapter 4: C Is For Circuits Chapter 5 :T Is For Television Chapter 6 :R Is For Rods Chapter 7 :I Is For Insulator Chapter 8 :C Is For Charge

2: E Is For Electric Current Electric devices need an electric current to keep flowing through the plug. This is not static electricity but it has a steady flow of electrons.

3: The wires have the electric current with the steady flow.

4: L Is For Lightning The discharge of Static Electricity is Lightning.When the ice and water rub together the electrons move.After they move they come from the cloud to earth and make the bolt or spark of lightning.Electrons form heat in the air by jumping around inside the cloud.The air expands and creates thunder! | LIGHTNING!!!!!!!

5: E Is Also For Electrons Unlike Protons and Neutrons Electrons have a Negative Charge.Objects from static electricity can lose or gain electrons.When they gain electrons it has negative charge but when they lose it's charge they have positive charge.Static electricity is a spark of electrons moving from one thing to the other.

6: C Is For Circuit Objects from electricity work on circuits.They're is two ways to have a closed circuit.A series circuit takes only one path.If a series circuit is broken then the electric stops and turn off.This house alarm is important because if the window in your house is closed the alarm will not go off.But if something happens or someone opens it then the alarm will turn on and someone will hear it.

7: T is for Television | There are different parts of electric in a parallel circuit that only goes through one path. In a parallel circuit there are branches. If you have a parallel circuit you are in luck because if something breaks or is taken out, then it will still flow through the cords, but if it breaks or something happens, it will stay on, still be lit and keep flowing through the other cords.

8: R is for Rod | Benjamin Franklin proved that he could use a kite to get the lightning to touch him. He even got knocked out two times. Did you know that a building has a lightning rod? Ben Franklin invented the lightning rod to attract lightning because of the metal. A pointed metal pole provides a safe path to protect the building. | LIGHTNING ROD!!!!!

9: Insulators are a inside part of a cord. There are different types of insulators like air, wood, glass and rubber. The wall outlet is covered with prongs and plastic that connects to the metal or socket. Just be careful you don't get an electrical shock. | I is for Insulator

10: C Is For Charge | Atoms are made up of particles with charge inside of it. There are different types of charges. For example,negative,positive,and discharge. Also another thing that you need to know is that what kind of electricity have charge or not. Protons have positive charge,electrons have negative and neutrons have no charge. So if you have one of these charges you know what they have in them or not.

11: The Glossary | Atoms- a tiny particle that makes up all things Static Electricity- a buildup of electrons in an object Charge- a property of protons and electrons Lightning- a big giant spark of charge Objects- things that you use in projects Circuit- an act of going around Parallel Circuit- a circuit in which the objects are connected in a single path Rod- a thin straight bar of metal, wood or plastic Insulators- a material that does not allow electricity to flow through it easily

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