By Cheryl Willis Hudson
The Afro-Bets 123 publication uniquely provides numbers 1 via 10 for childrens to find with the fun-filled, desirable Afro-Bets young children. The impossible to resist, colourful characters shape their numbers in whimsical, motivating illustrations. each one creatively formed quantity is strengthened via phrases and images
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The other bulb will go out. Why it works: When both bulbs were lit, electricity were a bit dim? When you unscrewed one bulb, the other one went out. Do you know why? Because you interrupted the circuit. The electrons were not flowing in a merry-go-round. was flowing in a complete path through Oh, yes, did you know that the tiny the circuit. It was able to flow out of the wire in the little bulb you removed was dry cell right through the bulbs and part of the path through which the elec return to the dry cell - like a merry-go trons flow?
Each cell gives us llh volts. Connect the wires the way you did in A ctivity No. 1. The switch is a convenient way for us to open and close a circuit. It is easier than connecting and disconnect ing wires. It is also a safer way to tum the lights and other electrical appli ances on and off. down in the wood. Be sure that the loose end of the metal is not resting on the nail beneath. Now you have a switch. Connect one wire from either termi nal of the dry cell to the nail under the metal. Remember to strip off the insulation from the ends of all the wires you use.
7. Touch the two free ends of the wires together briefly. The light will go on. Cardboard Hold the cardboard so that you can Nail not see how the wires are connected. Do this: Use the nail to punch six holes down the left side of a piece of cardboard, and six holes down the right side. Place the end of one wire in any hole at the left and the other end in any hole at the right. Strip the insulation from the ends of the wire and secure it in place. Repeat this with five other wires. You now have six wires in place in a haphazard way.
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